A Short Analysis of the Criminal Law of England, Giving a General and Comprehensive View of Indictable Offences, Their Punishments, and the Statutes that Create Them: With Observations

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A. Maxwell & Son; (etc., etc.), 1842 - Criminal law - 201 pages
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Page 14 - That whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously set fire to or in anywise destroy any Ship or Vessel, whether the same be complete or in an unfinished State, or shall unlawfully and maliciously set fire to, cast away, or in anywise destroy any Ship or Vessel, with Intent thereby to prejudice any Owner or Part Owner of such Ship or Vessel, or of any Goods on board the same, or any Person that...
Page 116 - shall include any order, Exchequer acquittance, or other security whatsoever entitling or evidencing the title of any person or body corporate to any share or interest in any public stock or fund, whether of the United Kingdom, or of Great Britain or of Ireland, or of any foreign state, or in any fund of any body corporate, company, or society...
Page 114 - Document whatever, of or belonging to any Court of Record, or relating to any Matter, Civil or Criminal, begun, depending, or terminated in any such Court...
Page 112 - ... any Oyster Bed, Laying, or Fishery, being the Property of any other Person, and sufficiently marked out or known as such...
Page 102 - No indictment for any offence shall be held insufficient for want of the averment of any matter unnecessary to be proved, nor for the omission of the words " as appears by the record," or of the words " with force and arms," or of the words "against the peace," nor for the insertion of the words " against the form of the statute...
Page 176 - ... or any building or erection used in carrying on any trade or manufacture, or any branch thereof...
Page 182 - Whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously destroy any part of any ship or vessel which shall be in distress, or wrecked, stranded, or cast on shore, or any goods, merchandise, or articles of any kind belonging to such ship or vessel, shall be guilty of felony...
Page 2 - That if any Person shall unlawfully take, or cause to be taken, any unmarried Girl, being under the Age of Sixteen Years, out of the Possession and against the Will of her Father or Mother, or of any other Person having the lawful Care or Charge of her, every such Offender shall be guilty of a Misdemeanor...
Page 140 - ... the whole or any part of any tree, sapling, or shrub, or any underwood, respectively growing in any park, pleasure-ground, garden, orchard or avenue, or in any ground adjoining or belonging to any dwelling-house...
Page 180 - Beast, and every Assault with Intent to commit the said abominable Crime, and every Attempt or Endeavour to commit the said abominable Crime, and every Solicitation, Persuasion, Promise, or Threat offered or made to any Person whereby to move or induce such Person to commit or permit the said abominable Crime, shall be deemed to be an infamous Crime within the Meaning of this Ordinance.

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