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GEORGE IV.

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water, &c.

GEORGE IV.

Page 7 & 8. c. 29. s. 28. Setting engines

for taking deer, or
pulling down park
fences

II. 188 s. 29. Deer-keepers, &c.

may seize the guns,
&c.

II. 188 s. 30. Killing, &c. hares

or conies in a war-
ren, in the night-
time

II. 189 s. 31, Stealing dogs, or

stealing beasts or

birds, &c. II. 153 s. 32. Persons found in

possession of stolen

dogs, &c. II. 153 s. 33. Killing Pigeons II. 154 s. 34. Taking fish in any

II. 191 s. 35. The tackle of fish

ers may be seized II. 192 s. 36. Stealing oysters or

oyster brood from oyster beds

II. 192 s. 37. Stealing from cer

tain mines II. 137 s. 38. Stealing trees,

shrubs, &c. II. 140 s. 39. Stealing trees, shrubs, &c.

II. 139 s. 40. Stealing, &c., any

live or dead fence,
&c.

II. 139 s. 41. Suspected persons

in possession of

wood, &c. II. 140 s. 42. Stealing &c., any

fruit or vegetable
production in a

garden, &c. II. 140 s. 43. Stealing, &c. vege

table productions
not growing in

gardens, &c. II. 140 s. 44. Stealing glass,

woodwork, or fix-
tures of

any

kind from buildings, &c.

II. 137
S. 45. Tenants and lod-

gers stealing any
property from
houses, &c.

II. 138

7 & 8.c. 29. s. 46. Clerks & servants,

stealing property
of their masters

II. 206 s. 47. Clerks or servants

receiving any mo

ney, &c. II. 207, 208 $. 48. Distinct acts of em

bezzlement may be
charged in the
same indictment,

&c. II. 207, 213, 214 s. 49. Agents embezzling

money entrusted
to them, &c.

II. 219
s. 50. Not to affect trus-
tees or mortgagees

II. 220 s. 51. Factors pledging

for their own use,
&c,

II. 220 s. 52, These provisions

as to agents shall
not lessen any re-
medy, &c.

II. 220 s. 53. Obtaining money

&c. by false pre-
tences, &c.

II. 284, 298 et seq. 309, 311,

323 s. 54. Receivers of stolen

goods, where the original offence is felony, &c.

II. 253 S.. 55. Receivers, &c.,

where the original
offence is a misde-
meanor, &c.

II. 253 s. 56. All receivers may

be tried where the
principal is triable
&c.

II. 254 s. 57. The owner of stolen

property prosecu-
ting thief, &c.-
Restitution

260 5. 58. Taking a reward

for, helping to the

recovery, &c. II. 261 S. 59. Advertising a re

ward for the re-
turn of stolen pro-
perty, &c.

II. 262

II. 180, s. 11, 12. Maiming, &c. s. 6, 7. Destroying, &c.

Page

II. 179,

GEORGE IV.

GEORGE'IV.

Page 7 & 8. c. 29. s. 60. Receivers of pro- 7 & 8. C. 30. s. 9, 10, 11. Arson, perty where the

&c.-Ships II. 490, original offence

513 is punishable on

s. 12. Breaking down summary convice

sea banks, &c. II. 505 tion II. 254

s.13,1 4.Injuring bridges, s. 61. Principals in the

turnpikes, &c. II. 507 second degree and

s. 15. Destroying dams, accessories

&c.

II. 506 184, 188, 190, 193,

s. 16. Maiming cattle II. 497 195, 206, 218, 221,

s. 17. Arson-Ricks II. 490, 214

513 s. 62. A bettors in offences

s. 18. Destroying hoppunishable on sum

binds

II. 504 mary conviction

s. 19, 20. Injuring trees, II. 188, 190, 192, 195

&c. II. 500, 501 s. 63. A person in the act

s. 21, 22. Destroying of committing any

Roots, Plants, &c. offences, &c. 11. 111,

II. 502 n. h. 188, 192

s. 23. Destroying Fences, s. 64. Limitation to sum

&c.

II. 509 mary proceedings

s. 24. Malicious Injury, II. 192, 195

&c. II. 516, 673 s. 65. Mode of compel

s. 25. Malicious Injury, ling the appear

&c. II. 484, 491 ance of persons,

s. 26. Accessories,&c. II. 484 &c. II. 192

s. 27. Punishment, &c. s. 66. Application of for

II. 485, 496 feitures and penal

s. 28. Apprehension of ties, &c. II. 188, 192

offenders II. 485 s. 73. No certiorari, &c.

s. 29. Summary proceed-
Add. Vol. I.

P.
vi.

ings

II. 485 s. 75. Venue in proceed

c. 31.

Remedies against
ings, &c.
II. 176

the Hundred, Add. s. 76. This Act not to

Vol. II. lxxvii. et seq. extend to Scotland

9. c. 31. See Add. Vol. I. Ireland, &c.

p. xxi. et seq. II. 176

s. 2. Petty Treason s. 77. To extend to of

Add. Vol. I. xi fences committed

3. Accessories in Murat sea II. 176

der

Ib. viii C. 30. See Add. Vol. I.

s. 4, 5, 6. Execution, &c. Ixviij. et seq.

of Murderers Ib. x. xi 2. Arson II. 489, 494

s. 7, 8. Trial of Mur3. Destroying manu

ders, &c. factures, &c. II. 511,

mitted abroad Ib. ix 512

9. Punishment of Mans. 4. Destroying machi

slaughter Ib. xi II. 511

s. 10. Excusable Homi5. Arson-Coal Mine

cide, &c.

Ib. xi IT. 490

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Ib. xvi. xvii
Mines
II. 510

s. 13. Abortion, &c. Ib. xii s. 8. Rioters destroying

s. 14. Concealing birth church, &c. II. 512

of child

Ib. x Assaults 1b. xviii, see

GEORGE IV.

Page 9. c. 31. s. 15. Sodomy

Ib. xiii s. 16. Rape

Ib. xii s. 17. Carnal knowledge

of children Ib. xiii s. 18. Evidence of carnal

knowledge Ib. xii s. 19, 20. Abduction 1b. xiii.

xiv. XV s. 21. Child stealing Ib. xvi s. 22. Bigamy

Ib. vi s. 23. Arresting Clergy

Ib. vii s. 24, 25, 26. Aggravated

GEORGE IV.

Page 9. c. 31. s. 27, 28, 29. Summary

convictions for as-
saults, Add. Vol.

I. p. xxxviii s. 30. Forcing seamen on

shore Ib. xv. xvi $. 32. Offences at sea Ib. ix. x

Variances II. 715
Add. Vol. II.

p.

Ixxxii c. 33. s. 1. Quakers, &c. Add,

Vol. II. p. Ixxviii S. 2. Forgery-Witness Ib. s. 3. Competency

c. 15.

of Convict

Ib. Ixxxiv

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