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ATEMENT OF NUISANCES, v. 238

id.

ABDUCTION OF WOMEN- continued.
Forms as lo- continued.
The like, the woman being an heiress pre-

sumptive, i. 9.
The like, the woman being next of kin, &c.
The like, for abduction of a girl under six-

teen, i. 10
ABETTOR. See AccESSARY.
ABJURATION, Oath of, v. 251
ABORTION.

When murder at common law, i. 10
Statute as to, id.
What an offence within act, id.
Evidence of, i. Il
Defendant may be found guilty of an assault,

i. 13
Offence not triable at sessions, id.
Punishment for, id.
Principals in the second degree and accessaries,

ATEMENT, Pleas in.
What, i. 1
cotility of, id.
that may be pleaded, id.
there several defendants, i. 2
"ime of pleading, id.
Vanger of pleading, id.
Aidavit of truth, i. 3
Amendment in case of, id.
Demarrer to plea, i. 4
leplication, id,
ssie, &c. id.
vidence in misnomer, id.
adgment for defendant, i. 5
Edgment for the Queen, id.
Forms as to.
Plea of misnomer, i. 5
Afidavit of truth of plea, id.
Replication thereto, that defendant is known

as well by one name as other, id.
DUCTION OF WOMEN.
Ou Account of their Property,

Statute as to, i. 6
What an offence within act, id.
Accessaries, id.
Indictment, i. 7
Vegge, id.
Not triable at sessions, id.
Evidence, id.
Witnesses, id.
Defendant may be convicted of an assault, id.;

299
Pusishment, id.
Of Girls under Sirteen.

Statute as to, i.8
What an offence withio act, id.
Offence at common law, id.
lodictment for, il.
Evidence, id.
Not triable at sessions, id.

id,

Forms as lo.
Commitment for administering drugs, &c. to

procure abortion, i. 13
Indictment for, id.

The like, for using an instrument, &c. id.
ACCEPTANCE. See Bill OF EXCHANGE-

FORGERY.
ACCESSARY.
I. Principals in general.

Principals in first degree, i. 14
Principals in second degree, i. 15
Must be present during the whole offence,

i. 16
Not sufficiently near to give assistance, id.
Ofender must be aiding and assisting, i. 17
Where principal insane, id.
Offender must be participating in the se-

lonious design, id.
Duelling, id.
Indictment against principals in second de.

gree, id.
Trial of, i. 18
Punishment of principals in second degree,

id.
Who are accessaries, i. 19
In treason there are no accessaries, id.

Forms as to.

Commitment for abduction of a woman on

account of her property, i. 9.
The like, for abduction of a girl under six-

teen, id.
Jodiciment for abduction of a woman having

an estate, id.

Vol. VI.

ACCESSARY-continued,

ACCESSARY-continued.
II. Accessaries in general.

V. Proceedings against Accessories-contined
In inferior treasons there are, i. 19

On indictment against the accessary ater
In offences below felony no accessaries, id.

conviction of principal, 1.31
Accessaries only in capital felonies, id.

On indictment against defendant alone for a
When implied in felony, id.

substantive felony, i. 32
In felonies by statute, id.

Competency of witnesses, id.
Accessary to an accessary, i. 20

Punishm
III. Accessaries before the Fact.

Of accessary before the fact, i. 32
Who are, i. 20

Accessaries after the fact, i. 33
Must be absent, id.

VI. Particular Statutes against Retritens de
Must procure, counsel and abet, id.

Stolen Goods.
IV. Accessaries after the Fact.

Receivers, where stealing is felony, i. 34.
Who are, i. 21

Receivers, where stealing is a misdemeana
Must have notice, id.

id.
There must be a felony, id.

May be tried where principal is tribs,
Must relieve, comfort or assist the felon, i. 22 Or where property found in their possessics,

id.
V. Proceedings against Accessaries.

Or where receiving takes place, il
In general.

Receivers, where taking is punishable ca
Conviction of principal, when necessary, i. 23

summary conviction, id.
Attainder of principal, when necessary, id.

Questions on 3 W. & M. c. 9, s. 4: 5413,
Where principal is erroneously attainted, i. 24

c. 31, s. 5, &c. i. 35
Where a peison is charged as accessary to Where owner of goods entitled to restituin
more than one, id.

i. 36
Accessary when may be tried twice, id.

Receivers, &c. of stolen cargoes on the
The Indictment against.

Thames to be transported, &c. i. 37
Accessaries before fact, i. 25

Pardon to offenders discovering, &e. offes
Accessaries after fact, id.

ers, id.
Venue, id.

Any one may apprehend offender, id.
Choice of remedies, id.

Obstructing execution of act transportatico

id.
Joinder of offences, i. 26

Offence a felony, id.
Indictment against principal and accessary

No traverse, i. 38
jointly, id.
Against accessary alone, after conviction of

Receivers of anchors, cables, &c. id.
principal, i. 27

Pilots, &c. to deposit anchors, &c. taken in
Against accessary alone, for a substantive

them in certain places, id.
felony or misdemeanor, id.

Forfeiture of salvage, and punishment for

concealing them, ird.
Trial of.

Persons purchasing anchors, &c. considere!
Time of trial where accessary indicted as

receivers, id.
such with principal, i, 23

Punishing pilots, & c. selling, &c. 2004,
Trial of, where accessary before the fact is

&c. in foreign countries, i. 39
indicted for a substantive felony, i. 29.

Inhabitants competent witnesses, id.
Not to be tried twice, id.

Trial in county where articles found, Sc.,
Accessaries after the fact, when triable, id. Receivers of stolen letters, see Past Orri Ls
Not to be tried twice, id.

Receivers of public stores, &c. see STORES
Place of trial, id.

VII. Forms as to.
Accessary before the fact may be tried by
any court having jurisdiction to try prin-

Information to ground a warrant to app
cipal felon, although ofience committed

hend a principal in the second degree, L
on seas or abroad, id.
Offence committed in different counties, ac-

The like, against an accessary before the tes
cessary may be tried in either, i. 30.

id.
Accessary after the fact of felony may be

The like, against accessary after the fx.

i. 40
tried by any court having jurisdiction 10
try the principal selon, id.

Warrant to apprehend an accessary bene
Offence committed in different counties, ac-

the fact, id.
cessary may be tried in either, id.

The like, to apprehend accessary after bei
Admiralty jurisdiction, id.

fact, for harbouring principal, id.

The like, to apprehend accessary after **
Evidence against, in General.

fact, for receiving stolen goods, id.
On indiciment against principal and acces. Commitment of principal in second degree, 5
sary before the fact, 1. 30

The like, of an accessary before the last
On indictment against an accessary after the

with the principal, id.
fact, together with the principal, id.

The like, without the principal, i. 41.

39

CESSARY-continued.

ACTIONS AGAINST MAGISTRATES, &c.
II. Forms as to-continued.

See CONSTABLES--JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
The like, of accessary after the fact, with
the priocipal, i. 41

ACTION, POPULAR. See INFORMATION.
The like, without the principal, id.

ACTORS. See PLAYERS.
The like, without the principal, in another

form, in case of a highway robbery, id. ADDITION.
Conviction for receiving stolen property, What, i, 47

where offence of principal is punishable Statement of, in indictment, iii. 879
by conviction only, on 7 & 8 Geo. IV. Statement of, in conviction, i.965

c. 29, s. 60, id.
Cooviction for a second offence of like pa- |

ADHERING TO QUEEN'S ENEMIES. See
ture, id.

THEason, Foreign Service,
Conviction of a bettor or procurer is an of-
fence punishable by 7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 29,

ADJOURNMENT.
on summary conviction, i. 42

Of examination, ii. 470
lodictment against principal in second de-

Of hearing of information, i. 979
gree, id.

Of hearing of appeal, i. 173, 175
The like, against accessary before the fact,

Of giving judgment, iii. 930
together with principal, in murder, bur.

Of sessions, v. 983
glary, or felony, id.

Of trials in general, vi. 310
The like, against Lord Sanchar, as an acces-

Of vestry, vi. 336
sary before the fact for murder, id.

Of court leet, iii. 1187
Tbe like, against accessary before the fact,

ADJUDICATION. See JUDGMENT_ORDER.
the principal being convicted, i. 43
The like, against accessary before the fact as

Statement of, in conviction, i. 995
for a substantive felony, id.
The like, against accessary after the fact,

ADMINISTERING OATHS. See Oatus.
with the principal, i. 44
The like, againsi accessary after the fact,

ADMINISTERING POISON, &c.

To procure abortion, i. 10
the principal being convicted, id.

To murder, iii. 811
The like, against accessary for receiving
goods, knowing them to have been stolen,

By mistake, iii. 799
in one county, the principal having been ADMINISTRATION, LETTERS OF.
_indicted and convicied in another, id.

Proof of, ii. 399
The like, against receiver of stolen goods, as
for a substantive felony, id.

ADMIRALTY COURT. See Addenda, title
The like, against receiver, where offence of

ADMIRALTY COURT.
the principal is a misdemeanor, i. 45

Its jurisdiction at common law, i. 47
COMPLICE. See ACCESSARY - APPROVER.

Between high and low water mark, i. 48

An alternate jurisdiction, id.
evidence of, ii. 439

Jurisdiction by statute, i. 49

Lord High Admiral, id.
CUSATIONS. See RobbeRY --THREATS--

Chartered admirally jurisdictions abolished, id.
ABEL

Trial by jury of offences at sea, id.

Accessaries, i. 51
QUITTAL. See AUTRE FOIS Acquit.

Mode of trial in, id.
What, i. 45

Times for holding the court, id.
In indictment for not repairing highway, iii.

Trial in Central Criminal Court of offences at
598

sea, id.
Acquittal of one defendant to enable him to Expenses of prosecutions in, id.
be evidence for another, ii. 439, 440

Punishment of offences in jurisdiction of, i. 52
Costs op, ii. 178

Commissioners or justices to have jurisdiction,
Right to copy of record of acquittal, i. 315. &c. id.

See AUTRE FOIS ACQUIT-INDICTMENT. Jurisdiction over offences committed on seas
Right to copy of conviction, i. 1001

against customs, &c. laws, i. 53

Forms as to.
Judgment of acquittal on verdict for defen Warrant of one of commissioners under Ad-
dant, i. 45

miralty commission to apprehend person
Judgment of, in Q. B. i. 46

on suspicion of murder on high seas, i. 53
Record of, on information on penal statute The like for an assault and battery on high
before a justice out of session, id.

seas, id.
-CT OF STATE, Proof, &c. of, ii. 384

ADMISSIONS. See ConfessIONS-EVIDENCE.
ECTS OF PARLIAMENT. See STATUTES.

AD QUOD DAMNUM, Writ of, iii. 549

what, i. 45

Forme as to.

ADULTERY. See Lew DNESS.

ALEHOUSE- continued.

II. License, &c. for BEER Houses-continued
ADVERTISING FOR STOLEN GOODS,

Rules for interpretation of words, i. 61
jii. 1158

Penalties, wbere not otherwise directed, to be
ADVERTISEMENT IN NEWSPAPERS, recovered under provisions of acts pret
&c., Duty on. See NEWSPAPERS.

to 3 & 4 Vict. c. 61, id.

Powers, provisions, and penalties of former
AFFIDAVIT. See Oath.

acts to apply to persons licensed under
Proof and effect of, ii. 395

that act, id.
To verify plea in abatement, i. 5

Acts not to affect the universities, nor vintners
To ground application for an information, iii.

company in London, i. 62
913, 914, 1211

Nor to affect any license to keeper of an is
For a certiorari, i. 564, 566

&c. id.

Nor to prohibit sale of beer in booths at fa.rs
AFFIRMATION OF QUAKERS, v. 252 ; ii.

id.
452

Covenants against houses, &c. being used
AFFRAY. As to riots, see Riots.

public houses to extend to persons boede

under act, id.
What is an, i. 54
How far it may be suppressed by a private (1.) Who may take out the Licens.
person, i. 56

All persons licensed may sell beer by retai
How far by a constable, id.

i. 63
How far by a justice, i. 57

Not to be granted to sheriff's offcer or the
Punishment of, id.

householder, id.
Inquirable in the leet, id. See LeeT.

To whom to be granted in bills of mora
Forms as to.

or in cities, towns, &c. containing 10,1
Warrant to apprehead affrayers, i. 57

inhabitants, id.
Commitment for, i. 58

In places exceeding 2,500 inhabitants, tih.
Indictment for, id.

In places situated elsewhere, i. 64

May be granted to persoas licensed befa
AGENTS.

passing of act, whilst they continue :
Indictable for taking too much brokerage in

occupiers of same house, id.
negociating annuity, i. 58

Persons using or obtaining false certifica
Embezzlement by, ii. 1126, 1128

id.
When good witnesses, ii. 429, 435

Persons convicted of felody, or of si
How far a party may be criminally liable for

spirits without license, id.
acts of, ini. 1209 ; v. 853

Persons guilty of a third offence and in

tenor of their license, id.
AIDERS AND ABETTORS, i. 14

Persons convicted twice of refusing to ate

constable, id.
ALEHOUSE.

Persons disabled by conviction from ketu
I. What an Alehouse, &c.; who may keep it, &c.] an inn, &c. not entitled to take oui !
and where.

license, id.
What an inn, &c. i. 59

Evidence on, id.
A beer house, id.

Clerk of peace to deliver copy of cany
A coffee house, id.

or a certificate to collector of excise, tár
A lodging house, id,

(2.) Proceedings to obtain License-free
An hotel, id.
A tavern, id.

Application-Certificate of Occupati
A victualling-house, id.

Character, &c.--Bond, with Sarctiá,
Who may keep one at common law, id.

Form of application for, i. 65
Inn not a franchise, id.

Applicant to enter into bond, with suck
No common law restrictions peculiarly ap-

&c. id.

Stamp on bond, id.
plicable to inns, i. 60
Alehouses near bridges, id.

Who may not be a surety, id.

Licenses to be granted for sale of beer, b
II. License for Sale of Beer, 8c. by Retail, in

not to authorise consumption there i
Beer Houses not being Inns or Public

premises unless granted upon certifcat,
Houses.

Persons applying for a license to sell beca
The statules on the subject, i. 60

be drunk on the premises to deposit !
Magistrates' license not necessary, id.

commissioners of excise a certibcate!
Public house keeper need not take out a beer

good character signed by six rated us
license, id.

ants, &c, id.
General provisions of the statutes on sub Penalty on overseers refusing to certify as a
ject, id.

quired, i. 66
What is a retailing of beer, cider, or perry, id. Penalty for making or using false cet.
Who deemed dealers in beer, id

cates, id.

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