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A COLLECTION OF PRECEDENTS
WHICH OCCUR IN THE PRACTICE AND DUTIES
Justice of the Peace
OUT OF SESSIONS.
INTENDED AS AN APPENDIX TO THE MAGISTRATE's POCKET-BOOK.
COLLECTED AND ARRANGED
BY WM. ROBINSON, ESQ. LL.D.
OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE,
IN TWO VOLUMES.
TABLE OF CONTENTS TO VOL. II.
No. 1. Summons to the Driver of a Hackney Coach to an
swer a Complaint.
the owner or person licensed to keep and drive the hackney coach numbered 356 (or as it may be). County of WHEREAS information has been this day
I made before me W. R. esquire, one of his to wit. ) majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said county, [city or liberty,] that the driver of a certain hackney coach, numbered 356, licensed unto you of
for that (set forth the complaint.] These are, therefore, in his majesty's name to will and require you the said to appear in person with the driver of your said coach, before me, the said justice, at on the day of or before such other justice or justices of the peace as shall be then and there sitting, to answer the premises as the law directs. Given under my hand this day of one thousand eight hundred and ,
No. 2. Peremptory Order on neglecting to attend the
Summons. TO : the person licensed to keep and drive the hackney
coach numbered County of ) Whereas you, being the person licensed to
keep the hackney coach No. 356, was duly to wit. ) summoned to appear in person, with the driver of your said coach, before me W. R. esquire, one of his