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" ... or else shall forfeit and pay, over and above the amount of the injury done, such sum of money, not exceeding five pounds, as to the justice shall seem meet... "
Supplement to An Analysis of the Constitution of the East-India Company: And ... - Page 103
by Peter Auber - 1828 - 203 lehte
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Reports of Cases Relating to the Duty and Office of Magistrates ..., 2. köide

James Manning, Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, Archer Ryland - 1832
...public or private nature, for which no remedy or punishment is hereinbefore provided, every such person being convicted thereof before a justice of the peace, shall forfeit and pay such sum of money, as shall appear to the justice to be a reasonable compensation for the damage, injury,...
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The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, 6. köide

1833
...house dove or pigeon, undfT such circumttuncei as shall not amount to larceny al common lnu>, every such offender, being convicted thereof before a justice...the peace, shall forfeit and pay, over and above the value of the bird, any sum not exceeding two pounds,") that A. may lawfully shoot the pigeons when...
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The Practice of the Law in All Its Departments: With a View of ..., 1. köide

Joseph Chitty - 1833
...take any house-dove or pigeon under such circumstances as shall not amount to larceny at common law, such offender, being convicted thereof before a justice of the peace, shall forfeit, over and above the value of the bird, any sum not exceeding two pounds ; (x) and therefore although...
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Summary of the Criminal Law

Henry John Stephen - 1834 - 506 lehte
...production " growing in any garden, orchard, nursery-ground, hot" house, green-house or conservatory," every such offender, being convicted thereof before a justice of the peace, shall either be committed to the common .jaol or hou.sc of corO rcction, there to be imprisoned, with or...
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A Report of Cases Determined on the Crown Side on the Northern Circuit ...

Great Britain. Courts of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, Gregory Allnutt Lewin - 1834
...production, growing in any garden, orchard, nursery ground, hot-bouse, green-house, or conservatory, every such offender being convicted thereof before a justice of the peace, shall, at the discretion of the justice, either be committed to the common gaol or house of correction, there...
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The Book of the Constitution of Great Britain

Thomas Stephen - 1835 - 788 lehte
...of correction, and kept to hard labour for any term, not exceeding six calendar months, or else to forfeit and pay, over and above the amount of the injury done, such sum of money, not exceeding twenty pounds, as to the justice shall seem meet ; but a second offence, is felony. Maliciously destroying...
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The Book of the Constitution of Great Britain

Thomas Stephen - 1835 - 788 lehte
...and kept to hard labour for any term, not exceeding six calendar months, or else to forfeit and pa)', over and above the amount of the injury done, such sum of money, not exceeding twenty pounds, as to the justice shall seem meet ; but a strvm! offence, is felony. Maliciously destroying...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Exchequer ..., 1. köide

Great Britain. Court of Exchequer, Sir Charles John Crompton, Roger Meeson, Henry Roscoe - 1835
...public or private nature, for which no remedy or punishment is hereinbefore provided, every such person, being convicted thereof before a justice of the peace, shall forfeit and pay such sum of money as shall appear to the justice to be a reasonable compensation for the damage, injury,...
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Peel's Acts, and All the Other Criminal Statutes: Passed from ..., 1–2. köide

Great Britain - 1835
...production, growmg m any garden, orchard, nursery ground, hothouse, greenhouse, or conservatory : every such offender, being convicted thereof before a justice of the peace, shall, at the discretion of the justice, either be committed to the nnishment, common gaol or house of correction,...
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The Law-dictionary, Explaining the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the ...

Thomas Edlyne Tomlins - 1835
...every such offender, being convicted before a "i ust in' of the peace, shall for -the first offence forfeit and pay, over and above the amount of the injury done, not exceeding, five pounds; and if any person so convicted shall afterwards be guilty of any of the...
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