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ATEMENT OF NUISANCES, v. 238
ABDUCTION OF WOMEN- continued.
sumptive, i. 9.
teen, i. 10
When murder at common law, i. 10
ATEMENT, Pleas in.
as well by one name as other, id.
Statute as to, i. 6
Statute as to, i.8
Forms as lo.
procure abortion, i. 13
The like, for using an instrument, &c. id.
Principals in first degree, i. 14
lonious design, id.
Forms as to.
Commitment for abduction of a woman on
account of her property, i. 9.
an estate, id.
V. Proceedings against Accessories-contined
On indictment against the accessary ater
conviction of principal, 1.31
On indictment against defendant alone for a
substantive felony, i. 32
Competency of witnesses, id.
Of accessary before the fact, i. 32
Accessaries after the fact, i. 33
VI. Particular Statutes against Retritens de
Receivers, where stealing is felony, i. 34.
Receivers, where stealing is a misdemeana
May be tried where principal is tribs,
Or where receiving takes place, il
Receivers, where taking is punishable ca
summary conviction, id.
Questions on 3 W. & M. c. 9, s. 4: 5413,
c. 31, s. 5, &c. i. 35
Receivers, &c. of stolen cargoes on the
Thames to be transported, &c. i. 37
Pardon to offenders discovering, &e. offes
Any one may apprehend offender, id.
Obstructing execution of act transportatico
Offence a felony, id.
No traverse, i. 38
Receivers of anchors, cables, &c. id.
Pilots, &c. to deposit anchors, &c. taken in
them in certain places, id.
Forfeiture of salvage, and punishment for
concealing them, ird.
Persons purchasing anchors, &c. considere!
Punishing pilots, & c. selling, &c. 2004,
&c. in foreign countries, i. 39
Inhabitants competent witnesses, id.
Trial in county where articles found, Sc.,
Receivers of public stores, &c. see STORES
VII. Forms as to.
Information to ground a warrant to app
hend a principal in the second degree, L
The like, against an accessary before the tes
The like, against accessary after the fx.
Warrant to apprehend an accessary bene
the fact, id.
The like, to apprehend accessary after bei
fact, for harbouring principal, id.
The like, to apprehend accessary after **
fact, for receiving stolen goods, id.
The like, of an accessary before the last
with the principal, id.
The like, without the principal, i. 41.
ACTIONS AGAINST MAGISTRATES, &c.
See CONSTABLES--JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
ACTION, POPULAR. See INFORMATION.
ACTORS. See PLAYERS.
form, in case of a highway robbery, id. ADDITION.
where offence of principal is punishable Statement of, in indictment, iii. 879
c. 29, s. 60, id.
ADHERING TO QUEEN'S ENEMIES. See
THEason, Foreign Service,
Of examination, ii. 470
Of hearing of information, i. 979
Of hearing of appeal, i. 173, 175
Of giving judgment, iii. 930
Of sessions, v. 983
Of trials in general, vi. 310
Of vestry, vi. 336
Of court leet, iii. 1187
ADJUDICATION. See JUDGMENT_ORDER.
Statement of, in conviction, i. 995
ADMINISTERING OATHS. See Oatus.
ADMINISTERING POISON, &c.
To procure abortion, i. 10
To murder, iii. 811
By mistake, iii. 799
Proof of, ii. 399
ADMIRALTY COURT. See Addenda, title
Its jurisdiction at common law, i. 47
Between high and low water mark, i. 48
An alternate jurisdiction, id.
Jurisdiction by statute, i. 49
Lord High Admiral, id.
Chartered admirally jurisdictions abolished, id.
Trial by jury of offences at sea, id.
Accessaries, i. 51
Mode of trial in, id.
Times for holding the court, id.
Trial in Central Criminal Court of offences at
Punishment of offences in jurisdiction of, i. 52
Commissioners or justices to have jurisdiction,
See AUTRE FOIS ACQUIT-INDICTMENT. Jurisdiction over offences committed on seas
against customs, &c. laws, i. 53
Forms as to.
miralty commission to apprehend person
on suspicion of murder on high seas, i. 53
ADMISSIONS. See ConfessIONS-EVIDENCE.
AD QUOD DAMNUM, Writ of, iii. 549
what, i. 45
Forme as to.
ADULTERY. See Lew DNESS.
II. License, &c. for BEER Houses-continued
Rules for interpretation of words, i. 61
Penalties, wbere not otherwise directed, to be
to 3 & 4 Vict. c. 61, id.
Powers, provisions, and penalties of former
acts to apply to persons licensed under
that act, id.
Acts not to affect the universities, nor vintners
company in London, i. 62
Nor to affect any license to keeper of an is
Nor to prohibit sale of beer in booths at fa.rs
Covenants against houses, &c. being used
public houses to extend to persons boede
under act, id.
All persons licensed may sell beer by retai
Not to be granted to sheriff's offcer or the
To whom to be granted in bills of mora
or in cities, towns, &c. containing 10,1
In places exceeding 2,500 inhabitants, tih.
In places situated elsewhere, i. 64
May be granted to persoas licensed befa
passing of act, whilst they continue :
occupiers of same house, id.
Persons using or obtaining false certifica
Persons convicted of felody, or of si
spirits without license, id.
Persons guilty of a third offence and in
tenor of their license, id.
Persons convicted twice of refusing to ate
Persons disabled by conviction from ketu
Evidence on, id.
Clerk of peace to deliver copy of cany
or a certificate to collector of excise, tár
(2.) Proceedings to obtain License-free
Application-Certificate of Occupati
Character, &c.--Bond, with Sarctiá,
Form of application for, i. 65
Applicant to enter into bond, with suck
Stamp on bond, id.
Who may not be a surety, id.
Licenses to be granted for sale of beer, b
not to authorise consumption there i
premises unless granted upon certifcat,
Persons applying for a license to sell beca
be drunk on the premises to deposit !
commissioners of excise a certibcate!
good character signed by six rated us
ants, &c, id.
quired, i. 66