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Court of Exchequer (Scotland).
NOTE OF APPEAL.
Note of Appeal for A.B. [design him], Supervisor of Excise for [or as the Case may be.]
In the Information in the Excise Branch of the Inland Revenue, [or the Stamps Branch of the Inland Revenue, or the Customs Branch of the Revenue, or as the Case may be,] at his Instance against C.D. [design him], before Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of
In the Matter of the Warrant of Commitment of the said
or as the
The Appellant hereby appeals against a Judgment [or Warrant of Commitment, or as the Case may be,] of the said Justices, dated [specify Date], signed by
[name the Justice or Justices by whom signed, and state that they are Justices.]
In respect whereof, &c.
[To be signed by any Solicitor of Revenue, or by any Agent before the Court of Session.]
WARRANT TO BE SUBJOINED TO EXTRACTS OF EXCHEQUER
And the said Lords command and charge all Sheriffs of Counties, and each of them, conjunctly and severally, to put this Decree in execution in manner under-written, that is to say, in Her Majesty's Name, to cause charge the said A. personally, or at his Dwelling Place, if within Scotland, and if furth thereof, by delivering a Copy of Charge at the Office of the Keeper of the Record of Edictal Citations at Edinburgh, to make Payment of the foresaid Sum or Sums of Money, Principal, Interest, and Expenses, [or to implement and perform the foresaid Obligations, or both to pay and perform, as the Case may require,] all in Terms of and to the Effect contained in the Decree above written, and here referred to and held as repeated brevitatis Causa; and that to them the said Sheriffs, or One or other of them, on the Behalf of Her Majesty, within Six Days next after he is charged to that Effect, under the Pain of Poinding and Imprisonment; and also to cause arrest the said A's readiest Goods, Gear, Debts, and Sums of Money, in Payment and Satisfaction of the said Sum, Interest, and Expenses; and also to cause seize and detain the Books of Accounts, and other Books and Papers of the said A. ; and if the said A. shall fail to obey the said Charge to be given
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to him as aforesaid, then to cause poind the readiest Goods, Gear, or other Effects of the said A., and, if needful for effecting such Poinding, to cause open all shut and lockfast Places, in Form as Effeirs; and also, in the same Event, that the said A. shall fail to obey the said Charge, then to cause search for, take, and apprehend the Person of the said A., and being so apprehended, to cause imprison the said A., within a Tolbooth or other warding Place, therein to remain until he fulfil the said Charge, and if necessary for that Purpose to open shut and lockfast Places; and to grant Warrant also to the Magistrates and Keepers of Prisons to receive and detain therein the said A.
Extracted [specify Place and Date] by
EXECUTION OF CHARGE AGAINST CROWN DEBTOR.
the Instance of
Messenger-at-Arms, [or Sheriff Officer,] by virtue of, [state Nature and Date of Extract and Decree whereupon it proceeds], at on the Behalf of Her Majesty against A., [specify Name and Designation of Crown Debtor or Obligant,] passed and in Her Majesty's Name and Authority lawfully charged the said A. to [state what the Party has been charged to do; if to pay Money, specify the Sum, Interest, and Expenses; or if to fulfil an Obligation, specify it as in the Extract], and that to C.D., Sheriff of the County of
for the Behoof of Her Majesty, within Six Days next after the Date of my said Charge, under the Pain of Poinding and Imprisonment. This I did [state Mode of Execution, whether personally or otherwise], before and in presence of E., Witness to the Premises.
[Messenger's or Officer's Signature.]
CERTIFICATE of RegistratiON OF EXECUTION OF CHARGE IN
Presented by A.B., [Name and Designation,] and registered in the particular Register of Hornings for the Shire of
[Keeper or Clerk's Signature.]
WARRANT TO IMPRISON.
[Place and Date.]
The Charge being expired, and registered as per Execution and Certificate produced, grant Warrant to search for, take, and apprehend the Person of the said A. [Name of Debtor or Obligant, and being so apprehended to imprison him within a Tolbooth or other warding Place, therein to remain until he fulfil
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the said Charge; and, if necessary for that Purpose, to open shut and lockfast Places; and Warrant also to Magistrates and Keepers of Prisons to receive and detain the said A. accordingly.
[To be signed by Sheriff.]
EXECUTION OF SEIZURE OF BOOKS AND PAPERS OF CROWN
Upon the County of
I, J. H., Sheriff Clerk of the said County by virtue of a Warrant to that Effect, contained in [specify the Extract in which Warrant contained and its Date], have seized the Books and Papers belonging to A., [name and design him], specified in the following
[Follows the Inventory.]
the same having, on my Requisition to that Effect, been voluntarily handed over to me by the said A. [or by K. [Name and Designation], having the Custody thereof; or as the Case may be.]
the same having been found by me in a Safe or Press in the House of the said A. at to which I obtained Access by breaking open the Doors of the said House, and a Safe or Press therein, because I could not otherwise obtain Admittance thereto [or as the Case may be].
CERTIFICATE OF OFFICER OF REVENUE TO STATED ACCOUNT.
An Act to abolish the Jurisdiction of the Court of the Liberties and Manor of Saint Sepulchre in and near Dublin, and for the future Regulation of certain Markets of the said Manor. [21st July 1856.] WHEREAS it would conduce to the better Administration of Justice if the Jurisdiction of the Court of and in the Liberty and Manor of Saint Sepulchre in and near Dublin in 'Criminal and Civil Proceedings was abolished, and the Most 19 & 20 VICT.
Terms in this
cease, and the
same to be ex
ercised by the
County of Dub-
Saint Sepulchre's Manor (Dublin).
'Reverend Richard Lord Archbishop of Dublin, the Lord of the said Liberty and Manor, and his several Officers, have freely 'consented to such Abolition:' Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, as follows:
I. This Act may be cited for all Purposes as "The Manor Court of St. Sepulchre Abolition Act, 1856."
II. In the Construction and for the Purposes of this Act (if not inconsistent with the Context or Subject Matter) the following Terms shall have the respective Meanings herein-after assigned to them; that is to say, "the Manor of Saint Sepulchre” or "the said Manor" shall mean the Liberty and Manor of Saint Sepulchre; "the Archbishop of Dublin" or "the said Archbishop" shall mean the Most Reverend Richard Lord Archbishop of Dublin and his Successors; "the Court" shall mean the Court of the said Liberties and Manor of Saint Sepulchre; "the Officers of the Manor of Saint Sepulchre" or "the said Officers” shall mean and include the Seneschal, Coroner, Marshals, Registrars, Portreeves, and Bailiffs of or belonging to the Archbishop of Dublin and to the Liberty and Manor of Saint Sepulchre, or any of them; and "Lord Lieutenant" shall include any other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland.
III. This Act shall commence and come into operation on the First Day of September One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.
IV. Upon and after the Commencement of this Act, the Jurisdiction and Authority vested in the Court of the Liberties and Manor of Saint Sepulchre, and in the Seneschal or Judge and other Officers of the said Court, in relation to the Administration of Justice in Actions, Suits, or other Civil Judicial Proceedings, or in the Administration of Criminal Law, or the Execution of Judgments, Writs, and Processes therein or connected therewith, shall cease; and all such Jurisdiction or Authority within the Limits of the said Liberties and Manor shall be vested in and exercised by such of the Courts and Officers of Her Majesty respectively as such Jurisdiction or Authority would now by Law have belonged to in case the said Liberties and Manor Court had not been constituted or erected; and the several Towns, Places, and Districts within the said Liberties and Manor, and the Inhabitants and Residents therein, shall be subject to the Jurisdiction and Authority of the said Courts of Her Majesty respectively, in the same Manner as such Towns, Places, and Districts, and the Inhabitants and Residents therein, would now have been in case the said Liberties and Manor Court had not been constituted or erected.
V. It shall be lawful for the Chairman of Kilmainham, or Assistant Barrister of the County of Dublin, and the Recorder of Dublin, and the Assistant Barrister of the Counties of Kildare and Wicklow respectively, within the Limits of their respective Jurisdictions, to renew all Decrees and Dismisses made and pronounced by the said Court, or its Seneschal or Judge, before the Commence
Saint Sepulchre's Manor (Dublin).
Commencement of this Act, without regard to the Amount thereby Seneschal decreed or adjudged to be paid; and every such renewed Decree before Com and Dismiss shall be deemed a Decree or Dismiss of the said mencement of Act. Chairman, Recorder, or Assistant Barrister, as the Case may be, and may be executed as such, notwithstanding that the Amount thereby decreed to be paid shall exceed the amount to which the Jurisdiction of such Chairman, Recorder, or Assistant Barrister shall be limited.
to Persons in Custody of
Marshal of Saint Sepulchre at Commencement of Act.
VI. Any Person who at the Commencement of this Act may Regulations as be in the Custody of the Marshal of Saint Sepulchre, under or by virtue of any Jurisdiction or Authority hereby abolished, shall as soon as conveniently may be thereafter, without Writ of Habeas Corpus or other Writ for that Purpose, be removed by the said Marshal to the Common Gaol of the County in which he may have been arrested under the Writ or Warrant or other Process for his Arrest and Imprisonment, or if arrested or committed within the City of Dublin then to the Prison of the Four Courts Marshalsea, and shall be by such Marshal delivered into the Custody of the Gaoler or Keeper of such Common Gaol or Prison, together with the Decree, Writ, Warrant, or other Process by virtue of which such Person was arrested or imprisoned, and all other Decrees, Writs, Warrants, and other Processes lodged with such Marshal, by virtue of which such Person is or ought to be detained in Custody of such Marshal; and all Persons who may be in the lawful Custody of the said Marshal at the Commencement of this Act shall, until removed as aforesaid, and for and during the Time of such Removal, notwithstanding anything hereinbefore contained, be to all Intents and Purposes deemed to be in the proper legal Custody, unless and until they be respectively sooner discharged in due Course of Law; and all Persons so removed, after being delivered into the Custody of the Gaoler or Keeper of such Common Gaol or Prison, as the Case may be, shall be deemed to be in the legal Custody of the Sheriff and of such Gaoler or Keeper, in like Manner as if all such Writs, Processes, Decrees, or Warrants as aforesaid had been originally legally directed to and executed by such Sheriff or other Person as aforesaid.
VII. It shall be lawful for the said Lord Archbishop, with Power to sell the Consent of the Lord Lieutenant, to make sale and absolutely Court House dispose of, either altogether or in Parcels, the Court House and and MarshalMarshalsea of Saint Sepulchre situate at Camden Row in the City of Dublin, with the Precincts and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, and to convey the same to the Purchaser or Purchasers thereof, and also to sell the Fixtures and Furniture thereof, together with the Standard Weights and Measures of the said Archbishop; and every Conveyance made by the said Archbishop, with the Consent of the Lord Lieutenant, and purporting to be executed in virtue of the Provisions of this Act, shall be effectual to pass whatever Estate shall purport to be thereby conveyed, discharged from all Claims of Right or Title or any Charge and Incumbrance whatsoever.