Parliamentary Papers, Volume 9, Part 2

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1846 - Great Britain
 

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Page xviii - ... with any gun, net, engine, or other instrument, for the purpose of taking or destroying game...
Page xix - ... justice or justices shall think fit, and that in default of payment at the time appointed such person shall be imprisoned in the common gaol or house of correction (with or without hard labour), as to the...
Page xvii - Ireland to be taken out by every person who shall use any dog, gun, net, or other engine for the purpose of taking or killing any game whatever, or any woodcock, snipe, quail, or landrail, or any conies, or any deer...
Page 196 - That it shall not be necessary, in any proceeding against any person under this act, to negative by evidence any certificate, licence, consent, authority, or other matter of exception or defence ; but that the party seeking to avail himself of any such certificate, licence, consent, authority, or other matter of exception or defence, shall be bound to prove the same.
Page xvii - ... after the expiration of ten days (one inclusive and the other exclusive) from the respective days in each year on which it shall become unlawful to kill or take such birds of game respectively as aforesaid, or shall knowingly have in his house, possession, or control any bird of game...
Page xvi - That if any Person shall kill or take any Game( or use any Dog, Gun, Net, or other Engine or Instrument for the Purpose of searching for or killing or taking Game...
Page iii - Opinion thereupon, to The House; and who were empowered to report the MINUTES OF EVIDENCE taken before them from time to time to The House...
Page iii - Lords, appointed to inquire into the means of extending and securing the foreign trade of the country, and to report to the House: together with the minutes of evidence taken in sessions 1820 and 1821, before the said Committee: 11 April 1821, House of Commons paper No.
Page xvii - That if any Person whatsoever shall commit any Trespass by entering or being, in the Day-time, upon any Land in search or pursuit of Game, or Woodcocks, Snipes, Quails, Landrails, or Conies, such Person shall, on Conviction thereof before a Justice of the Peace, forfeit and pay such Sum of Money, not exceeding Two Pounds, as to the Justice shall seem meet, together with the Costs of the Conviction...
Page xix - ... liable, at the discretion of the court, to be transported for seven years, or imprisoned, with or without hard...

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