De Pace Regis Et Regni: A Treatise Declaring which be the Great and Generall Offences of the Realme, and the Chiefe Impediments of the Peace of the King and the Kingdome ...

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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., Sep 1, 2006 - History - 516 pages
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Originally published: London: printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1609.
 

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Contents

Of Menaces Affaults Batteries Imprifonments and Maihems
Of Riots Routs vnlawful and rebellious Affemblies
24
Of Force Forcible Entries and Forcible retayning of poffefsions
42
Forgerie
30
Periurie Subornation of witneffes
41
Maintenance Champertie Embracerie and Buying of Titles
56
Deceit Couin Collufion Fraud
66
Extortion Exaction
81
Approuer
185
Sanctuarie and Abiuration
175
Pleading not guiltie
189
Triall by Battell
191
Triall by Peeres
196
Challenge
201
Euidence
204
Verdict
206

Opprefsion
93
Treafons
111
Homicide
70
Larcenie Theft
88
Felonies by Statute
96
Principall and Accefforie
113
Breaking of Prifon and Refcous
125
Efcape
128
Purfuit by Huy and Crie
135
Appeales
143
Indictments
169
Mainprife and Bayle
180
Confefsion of the Offence
183
Clergie
207
The Kings Pardon
187
Standing mute oranfwering indirectly
194
Iudgement and Execution in Treafons Feloniesc
198
Forfeiture
202
Corruption of Blood
228
Dammages in Appeale
234
A Writ of Confpiracie
241
The Coroner and his Authoritie and dutie in Feloniesc
248
Whof hall be Iudge of Treafon and Felonie
253
The generall Titles of this Booke
A briefe effect of euery Braunch or Chapter in this Treatife

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