A Collection of Statutes Connected with the General Administration of the Law: Arranged According to the Order of Subjects, with Notes, Volume 6 (Google eBook)

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W. H. Bond, 1836 - Law
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Contents

No LIII 1 George IV c 102 An Act for making general the Provisions
48
No II 1 Anne st 2 c 9 An Act fur punishing of Accessaries to Felonies
50
No VIII 2 George III c 28 An Act to prevent the committing ofTliefls
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CLASS X
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No VII 39 40 George III c 89 An Act for the better preventing
73
No VIII 54 George III c 60 An Act for the better preventing the Embez
83
No III 52 George 111 c 64 An Act for extending the Provisions of an
89
No I 5 Elizabeth c 14 An Act against Forgers of False Deeds and Writ
95
No v 2 George II c 25 An Act for the more rffcttttal prcbentinrr
101
No VII 7 George II c 22 An Act for the more effectual preventing
102
No XIV 18 George HI c 18 An Act to explain an Act passed in
108
No XXV 52 George III c 138 An Act for tbe further Prevention of
119
No V 8 George I r 24 An Act for the more effectual suppressing
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CLASS XIV
136
Offences relating to Quarantine
142
No II 4G Georpe III c 98 An Act for making additional and further Pro
155
CLASS XVI
159
Escapes and Rescue
163
No III 23 George II c 11 An Act to render Prosecutions for Perjury
169
No III 14 George III c 71 An Act to prevent the Exportation to Foreign
175
No VI 22 George III c 60 An Act to prevent the seduciug of Artificers
181
No VIII 26 George III c 89 An Act to explain amend and extend to other
187
CLASS XX
189
No VIII 3 George III c 15 An Act to prevent Occasional Freemen from
196
f No II 2 Richard II st 1 o 5 The Penalty for telling slamlerous Lies of
201
No X 60 George III and 1 George IV An Act for the more effectual Pre
208
No XIV 58 George III c 1 An Act to repeal an Act made in the last Ses
248
No XVIII 9 George IV c 53 An Act to repeal several Acts and parts
248
No XlX 9 George IV c 54 An Act for Improving the Administration
248
B Examination Bail Commitment
250
C Indictments Informations and other Criminal Prosecutions
256
No VIII 4 Henry IV c 2 Tbe Words Insidiatores viarum Sfc shall not
257
No XIII 1 Edward IV c 2 Justices of Peace may award Process upon
263
No IV 5 George II c 19 An Act to oblige the Justices of the Peare at their
267
No XVII 3 Henry VII c 1 The Authority of the Court of Star Chamber
271
No XXXI11 11 aud 12 William III c 12 An Act to punish Governors
277
No XXXV 24 George III Bess 2 c 25 An Act for the better Regulation
278
No XLVI 1 George IV c 90 An Act to remove Doubts and to remedy
285
18 Edward III it 3 c 2 Bigamy shall be tried by the Ordinary
287
10 Ac 11 William III c 23 An Act for the better apprehending
293
Offenders
287
No XXVI 24 George III sess 2 c 56 An Act for the effectual Transportation
301
No XXXVI 56 George III c 63 An Act to regulate the General Penitentiary
308
No XL 1 George IV c 117 An Act to repeal so much of an Act passed
318
or Stables 25A July 1820
318
No XL1V 6 George IV c 25 An Act for defining the rights of capital Con
319
No X 4 George IV c 4C An Act for repealing the capital Punishments
325
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333
No XIII 1 4 George IV c 54 An Act for allowing the Benefit of Clergy
13
I Forfeiture Corruption of Blood
235
No I 9 Henry III Magna Charta c 22 How long Felons Lands shall
333
No VI J 27 Henry VIII c 19 An Act limiting an Order for Sanctuaries
336

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Page 160 - his late Majesty King George the " Second, intituled ' An Act for the better securing and encouraging the " ' Trade of his Majesty's Sugar Colonies in America,' for applying the " Produce of such Duties, and of the Duties to arise by virtue of the said " Act, towards defraying the Expences of defending protecting and
Page 333 - to be transported beyond the seas for life or for any term not less than seven years, or to be imprisoned only, or to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the common gaol or house of correction fur any term not exceeding
Page 6 - expired and near expiring," as explains the said recited Act. of the third year of the same reign ; and the whole of an Act passed in the tenth year of the reign of King William the Third, intituled "An " Act for the better apprehending prosecuting and punishing of Felons "that commit Burglary House-breaking or
Page 25 - whether the principal felon shall or shall not have been previously convicted, or shall or shall not be amenable to justice; and every such receiver, howsoever convicted, shall be liable, at the discretion of the court, to be transported beyond the seas for any term not exceeding fourteen years nor
Page 248 - females as well as males, and bodies corporate as well as individuals, unless it be otherwise specially provided, or there be something in the subject or contest repugnant to such construction ; and wherever any forfeiture or penalty is payable to a party aggrieved, it shall be payable
Page 169 - wilful and corrupt perjury, it shall be sufficient to set forth the substance of the offence charged upon the defendant, and by what court, or before whom the oath was taken (averring such court, or person or persons, to have competent authority to administer the same, together with the proper averment or averments to
Page 15 - of the court, to be transported be\ond the seas for life, or for any term not less than seven years, or to be imprisoned for any term not exceeding four years, and if a male, to be once twice or thrice publicly or privately whipped (if the court shall so think fit), in addition to such imprisonment.
Page 103 - hundred and twenty-nine, shall falsely make, ' forge, or counterfeit, or cause or procure to be falsely made, forged, or ' counterfeited, or willingly act or assist in the false making, forging, or ' counterfeiting any deed, will, testament, bond, writing obligatory, bill of ' exchange, promissory note for payment of money, indorsement or
Page 102 - or any other of his Majesty's dominions, or without, falsely make, forge, or counterfeit, or cause or procure to be falsely made, forged, or counterfeited, or wittingly or knowingly act or assist in the false making, forging, or counterfeiting any pass or passes for any ship or ships whatsoever, commonly called a Mediterranean
Page 10 - in the twenty-first year of the same reign, intituled "An Act to " explain and amend an Act made in the Fourth Year of the Reign of " His late Majesty King George the Second, .intituled 'An Act for the " ' more effectual punishing Stealers of Lead and Iron Bars fixed to

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