A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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P. Byrne, law bookseller, 1806 - Criminal law
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Page 993 - State, and each and every of them who shall at any time hereafter be found in any part of this State, shall be and are hereby adjudged and declared guilty of felony, and shall suffer death as in cases of felony without benefit of clergy.
Page 740 - ... any accountable receipt for any note, bill or other security for payment of money, or any warrant or order for payment of money or delivery of goods...
Page 663 - Be it enacted, by the authority aforesaid, that wherever any person taketh money or reward, directly or indirectly, under pretence or upon account of helping any person or persons to any stolen goods or chattels, every such person...
Page 729 - ... or shall alien or assign any the lands, tenements, goods, leases, or other things before mentioned, to him or them conveyed as is aforesaid...
Page 728 - ... devised and contrived of malice, fraud, covin, collusion, or guile, to the end, purpose, and intent to delay, hinder, or defraud creditors and others of their just and lawful actions...
Page 774 - Sterling appearing visible in the Substance of the Paper upon which the same shall be written or printed, nor shall prevent any Person from making, using, or selling any Paper having waving or curved Lines, or any other Devices in the Nature of Watermarks, visible in the Substance of the Paper, not being Bar Lines or Laying Wire Lines, provided the same are not...
Page 729 - ... shall incur the penalty and forfeiture of one year's value of the said lands, tenements, and hereditaments, leases, rents, commons, or other profits of or out of the same ; and the whole value of the said goods and chattels; and also so much money as are or shall be contained in any such covinous and feigned bond...
Page 550 - ... that wherever the property of one man, which has been taken from him without his knowledge or consent, is found upon another, it is incumbent on that other to prove how he came by it ; otherwise the presumption is, that he obtained it feloniously...
Page 582 - Littleton, sect. 71, who says, " if I lend to one my sheep to dung his land, or my " oxen to plough the land, and he killeth my cattle, I may have " trespass notwithstanding the lending.
Page 766 - Entry shall be conceived in proper Words for that Purpose, and shall be signed by the Parties making such Assignments or Transfers, or, if...

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