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ACCESSARIES—continued.
Before the factIn injuries to the person.
Every access. before the fact to any fel. punisha- 96.4.

ble under the 9 Geo, 4. c. 31. for whom no pun. c.31.
has been by that stat. provided, pun. at the
disc. of the Ct. ; Tr, not ex. 14 nor less than
7 yrs. or Impr. with or without H. L. not ex.

3 yrs. 9 Geo. 4. c. 31.
After the fact, (except in murder) pun. Impr.

with or without H. L. not ex. 2 yrs. Id. Every aider and abetter in any misd. punishable

under the said act, to be proceeded against

and pun. as a prin. off. Id. Accessaries in murder and manslaughter. See

those titles, post. Before the fact-In Larceny. In every fel. punishable under the 7 & 8 Geo. 4. 7 & 8 G.4

ç, 29, s. 61, every prin. in the second de- o
gree, and every access before the fact, pun.
D. or otherwise, as the prin. in the first de-
gree is by the said act punishable, 7 & 8

Geo. 4. c. 29. s. 61.
After the fact-In Larceny.
Every access, after the fact to any fel. punishable

under the said act, (excepting only a receiver of stolen property) pun. Impr. not

ex. 2 yrs. Id. Aiders and abetters in any misd. punshable under

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ACCESSARIES—continued. 7& 8 G.4. the said aet, may be indict. and pun as a c. 29.

princ. off. Id. s. 45. Receivers in Fel. are guilty of fel. and may be

indict. and conv. either as accesso. after the fact. or for a substantive fel. and in that case whether the prin. fel. shall or not have been previously conv. or shall or not be amenable to justice, pun. Tr. not ex. 14, nor less than 7 yrs. or Impr. not ex. 3 yrs. and if a male, once, twice or thrice pub. or priv. W. in add.

to such Impr. Id. s. 45. But such person is not to be tried twice for the

same offence. Id.

Receivers in Misdemeanours: $. 55. Receivers of property, the stealing whereof is by

the said act a misd. are guilty of a misd. and may be indict. and conv. whether the person guilty of the princ. misd. shall or not have been previously conv. thereof, or shall or not be amenable to justice, pun. Tr. 7 yrs. or Impr. not ex. 2 yrs. if a male, once, twice or thrice pub. or priv. W. in add. to the Impr.

Id. s. 56. Receivers, whether charged as access, after the

fact to a fel. or to a substantive fel. or with a misd. only, may be indict. tried, and pun. in any Co. or place where the stolen property

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ACCESSARIES—continued. shall be found in possession, or where the 7 & 8 G.4.

c. 64. prin. fel. or misd, may be tried in the same i manner as such receiver may be indict. tried,

and pun. in the co. or place where he ac: tually received the property. Id. s. 56. ADDITION. An indict. or inf. shall not be abated by reason 7 G. 4.

of a dilatory plea of misnomer, or defect of, 6.04 : - or for want of add. (a) but the Ct. may order

the same to be amended, and call on the party

to plead. 7 Geo. 4. c. 64. s. 19. ADMINISTERING DRUGS to procure abor

tion, see Abortion, p. 1. ante.
ADMINISTRATION. See Navy, Pay, post.
ADVERTISING
A reward for the return of stolen property, 7 & 8 G. 4.

no questions asked. Persons advertising for, c. 29.
or printing such advertisement, pen. 501. to
him that sues, for every offence, by action of
debt, with full costs. 7 & 8 Geo. 4. c. 29.
8. 59.

(a) The statute of additions (1 7.5. c. 5.) is not repealed. If a party is outlawed by a wrong, addition, he may take advantage of it in error, for errors are not assisted by this sect. of the stat. Sir R. Parker's case, Comb. 164. But this objection would be of little benefit to a prisoner; for if an outlawry is awarded, prisoner must plead to the indict. ment. 2 Curw. Hawk. 665.

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ARREST. See Apprehension, ante.
Of clergyman performing Divine Service, or in

going or returning, misd. pun. Fine or Impr.
or both, as the Ct. shall award. 9 Geo. 4.

c. 33. 8. 23.

ARSON. 7&86.4. Setting fire to buildings, with intent to injure or c. 30.

defraud any person, fel. pun. D. 7 & 8

Geo. 4. c. 30. s. 2. s. 17.

Firing stacks of corn, &c. pun. D. Crops of corn,

&c. whether standing or cut, or wood, coppice or plantation of trees, or heath, gorze, furse, fern, wheresoever growing, fel. Tr. 7 yrs. or Inpr. not ex. 2 yrs. and if a male, once, twice or thrice pub. or priv. W. in add.

to the Impr. Id. s. 17. : s. 5.

Firing coal mines, fel. pun. D. Id. s. 5. '.
ARTICULO MORTIS.
The declarations of the deceased made on the day

he was wounded, and when the believed he
should not recover, is admissible evidence,
although he did not die until some days after.

Rex v. Mosley, Ry. & M. C. C. R. 97. : ) Nothing can be received as evidence in a declara

tion in articulo mortis that would not be so if the party were sworn: any thing that a

murdered person in articulo mortis says as set to the fact, is receivable; but not what he

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ARTICULO MORTIS-continued.

says as matter of opinion. Rex v. Sellers,

M. S. O. B. 1796.
These declarations are only admissible where the

death of the deceased is the subject of in-
quiry, and the circumstances of the death are
the subject of the dying declarations, and the
Ct. would not admit a declaration of the
dying person agt. any one ind. for perjury.

Rex v. Mead, 4 D. & R. 120.
The declarations of subscribing witnesses confes-

sing the forgery of deeds, were admitted in

Wright v. Littler, 5 Burr. 1244. 6 East, 195. ARTIFICERS, &c. Combination of artificers, workmen, &c. to ob- 66. 4.

c. 129. tain advance of wages, &c. All the stats.. from 33 Edw. 1. to 5 Geo. 4. are repealed by

6 Geo. 4. c. 129. Artificers going abroad. All the acts relating 5 G. 4.

to this subject are also repealed by 5 Geo. 4. C.97

c. 97. ASSAULT, Common. On summary conv. before two Js. P., pun. Fine 9G. 4.

not ex. together with costs (if ordered) 51. c. 31.
to overseers of the poor, to be paid over by
them in aid of the co. rate of the place where

the offence was com. 9 Geo. 4. c. 31. s. 27.
If the Fine with the costs (if ordered), are not

paid immediately after conv. or within such

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