The Country Gentleman's Lawyer: And the Farmer's Complete Law Library ...

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Page 48 - ... to the House of Correction, there to be kept to hard labour for any time not exceeding three calendar months...
Page 45 - Information of any other Person (who shall declare his, her, or their Name or Names and Place or Places of Abode to the said Constable or other Peace Officer...
Page 99 - No length of time elapsed after the sale, will alter the nature of a contract originally false. Neither is notice necessary to be given. Though the not giving notice will be a strong presumption against the buyer, that the horse at the time of the sale had not the defect complained of, and will make the proof on his part much more difficult. The bargain is complete, and if it be fraudulent on the part of the seller, he will be liable to the buyer in damages, without either a return or notice.
Page 20 - ... conviction, to proceed to the hearing and determination of the matter of the said appeal, according to the directions of this act.
Page 56 - Realm ; and all such Offences shall be prosecuted before Two or more Justices of the Peace of the Place where the Offence shall be committed, who are required, in default of Payment of any pecuniary Penalty, to commit the Offender to the common Gaol for any Time not exceeding...
Page 15 - ... be committed to the houfe of correction for any time not exceeding one month nor lefs than ten days, there to be -whipped, and kept to hard labour.
Page 49 - ... or shall unlawfully enter any such storehouse, granary or other place and take and carry away any corn, flour, meal, malt or grain therefrom, or shall throw abroad or spoil the same or any part thereof, or shall unlawfully enter on board any ship, barge, boat or vessel and...
Page 64 - And it is hereby enacted and declared, that all and every person and persons, not having lands and tenements or some other estate of inheritance in his own or his wife's right of the clear yearly value of one hundred pounds...
Page 34 - The keeping of the goods in the warehouse is not for the convenience of the carrier but of the owner of the goods ; for when the voyage to Manchester is performed it is the interest of the carrier to get rid of them directly, and it was only because there was no person ready at Manchester to receive these goods that the Defendants were obliged to keep them.
Page 111 - ... one moiety to the informer, and the other to the poor of the parifh. IX. And be it further enacted by the authority aforefaid...

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