Cases in Crown Law, Determined by the Twelve Judges, by the Court of King's Bench, and by Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery: From the Fourth Year of George the Second, 1730, to the Fifty-fifth Year of George the Third, 1815, Volume 2

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Thomas Leach
J. Butterworth, 1815 - Law reports, digests, etc - 1108 pages
 

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Page 779 - That if any person shall falsely make, forge or counterfeit, or cause or procure to be falsely made, forged or counterfeited, or willingly aid or assist in falsely making...
Page 717 - ... inconsistent with reason, as it is repugnant to the rules of law, to say that they are so far the same that an acquittal of the one shall be a bar to a prosecution for the other.
Page 930 - Geo. 4, c. 29, s. 47, which enacts, that " if any clerk or servant, or any person employed for the purpose or in the capacity of a clerk or servant, shall, by virtue of such employment, receive or take into his possession any chattel, money, or valuable security for or in the name or on the account of his master...
Page 847 - ... every such offender shall be deemed to have feloniously stolen the same from his master, although such chattel, money, or security was not received into the possession of such master otherwise than by the actual possession of his clerk, servant, or other person so employed...
Page 706 - No policy shall be pleaded or given in evidence in any court, or admitted in any court to be good or available in law or in equity, unless duly stamped...
Page 571 - I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter, unless the fact were proved to be done, or at least the body found dead,(/) for the sake of two cases, one mentioned in my lord Coke's PC cap.
Page 556 - Delivery to be holden within the County City or Town Corporate where the trial thereof shall be, then and there to give Evidence against the party so indicted at the time of his trial; and shall certify as well the same evidence as such bond...
Page 1087 - Russell, vol. 2, p. 2, says, the true meaning of larceny is, "the felonious taking the property of another without his consent and against his will, with intent to convert it to the use of the taker.
Page 567 - Gay, then and there being found, then and there feloniously did steal, take, and carry away. against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of the people of the State of New York and their dignity.
Page 1095 - ... may be in the form or to the effect set forth in the schedule hereto...

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