Cases in Crown Law: Determined by the Twelve Judges, by the Court of King's Bench, and by Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, from the Fourth Year of George the Second 1735 to the Fifty-fifth Year of George the Third, 1815, Volume 2

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J. Butterworth, 1815 - Criminal law - 1108 pages
 

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Page 781 - That if any person shall falsely make, forge or counterfeit, or cause or procure to be falsely made, forged or counterfeited, or willingly aid or assist in falsely making...
Page 930 - Geo. 4, c. 29, s. 47, which enacts, that " if any clerk or servant, or any person employed for the purpose or in the capacity of a clerk or servant, shall, by virtue of such employment, receive or take into his possession any chattel, money, or valuable security for or in the name or on the account of his master...
Page 571 - I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter, unless the fact were proved to be done, or at least the body found dead," and he mentioned a remarkable case which had happened before MR.
Page 937 - ... imprisonment, and find sureties for his or her good behaviour for two years more ; to be computed from the end of the said...
Page 847 - ... every such offender shall be deemed to have feloniously stolen the same...
Page 1083 - Russell, vol. 2, p. 2, says, the true meaning of larceny is, "the felonious taking the property of another without his consent and against his will, with intent to convert it to the use of the taker.
Page 714 - CD, in the said dwelling-house then and there being found, then and there feloniously and burglariously did steal, take, and carry away] : against the peace of our lord the king, his crown and dignity.
Page 1091 - ... may be in the form or to the effect set forth in the schedule hereto...
Page 706 - That no insurance made or entered into in Ireland, in respect whereof any duty is by this act made payable, nor any contract or agreement for such insurance as aforesaid, shall be pleaded or given in evidence in any Court, or admitted in any Court to be good, useful or available in law or equity...
Page 717 - If the crimes charged in the former and present prosecution are so distinct that evidence of the one will not support the other, it is Inconsistent with reason, as it is repugnant to the rules of law to say, that the offenses are so far the same that an acquittal of the one will be a bar to the prosecution for the other.

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