Sporting Magazine, Volume 4; Volume 79

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Rogerson & Tuxford, 1832 - Hunting
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Page 30 - any person who shall think himself aggrieved by any summary conviction in pursuance of this Act may appeal to the Justices at the next General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be holden, not less than twelve days after such conviction, for the county, riding, division,
Page 30 - the convicting Justice or Justices may direct) of the parish, township, or place in which the offence shall have been committed, to be by such overseer or officer paid over to the use of the general rate of the county, riding, or division in which such parish, township, or place shall be situate, whether the same
Page 28 - the Peace, forfeit and pay such sum of money, not exceeding two pounds, as to the Justice shall seem meet, together with the costs of the conviction ; and that if any persons to the number of five or more together shall commit any trespass, by entering or being in the day-time upon any land in search
Page 25 - thus—'• That the word Game shall, for all the purposes of this Act, be deemed to include hares, pheasants, partridges, grouse, heath or moor game, black game, and bustards ; and that the words ' lord of a manor, lordship, or royalty, or reputed manor, lordship, or royalty,' shall throughout this Act be deemed to include a Lady of the same respectively.*
Page 91 - Church. And as for our good people's lawful recreation, our pleasure likewise is, that after the end of Divine Service our good people be not disturbed, letted, or discouraged from any lawful recreation, such as
Page 30 - conditioned personally to appear at the said sessions, and to try such appeal, and to abide the judgment of the Court thereupon, and to pay such costs as shall be by the
Page 30 - enter into a recognisance with a sufficient surety before a Justice of the Peace, conditioned personally to appear at the said sessions, and to try such appeal, and to abide the judgment of the Court thereupon, and to pay such costs as shall be by the
Page 90 - Whereas, upon our return the last year out of Scotland, we did publish our pleasure touching the recreations of our people in those parts under our hand : For some causes us thereunto moving, We have thought good to command these our directions, then given in Lancashire, with a few words thereunto added, and most
Page 28 - more summary means than now by law exist for protecting the same from trespassers; be it therefore enacted, that if any person whatsoever shall commit any trespass by entering or being in the day-time upon any land in search or pursuit of game, or woodcocks, snipes, quails, landrails, or conies, such person shall, on conviction thereof before a Justice
Page 90 - our first entry to this Crown and Kingdom we were informed, and that too truly, that our county of Lancashire abounded more in Popish recusants than any county of England, and thus hath still continued since to our great regret, with little amendment, save that now of late, in our last riding through our

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