The Laws Relating to the Poor: Including the Collections Originally Made by E. Bott, Esq. and Afterwards Edited by F. Const, Esq, Volume 1

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Page cxviii - Action may plead the General Issue and give the special Matter in Evidence...
Page cxxxviii - Overseers, or any of them, by Warrant from any Two such Justices of Peace, as is aforesaid, to levy as well the said Sums of Money, and all Arrearages, of every one that shall refuse to contribute according as they shall be assessed, by Distress and Sale of the Offender's Goods...
Page 104 - ... sums of money as shall from time to time be necessary to defray...
Page 380 - ... be permitted to name, enter, or run, either in his own name or in that of any other person, any horse of which he is either...
Page 256 - ... (by taxation of every inhabitant, parson, vicar and other, and of every occupier of lands, houses, tithes impropriate, propriations of tithes, coal-mines, or saleable underwoods...
Page 14 - There is a known distinction between circumstances which are of the essence of a thing required to be done by an act of Parliament and clauses merely directory.
Page 381 - ... and the defendant signed it without knowing that it was a bill, and under the belief that it was a...
Page 374 - By which it is enacted, that no church-warden or overseer of the poor, or other person in whose hands the collection of the rates for the relief of the poor, or the providing for...
Page 318 - ... to appeal to the next general or quarter sessions of the peace for the county or precinct where such assessment was made, and the justices there are hereby required to hear and finally determine the same.
Page 197 - Minster, in that county, the Sessions confirmed the rate, subject to the opinion of this Court on the following case : The...

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