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39 Eliz. c. 15. 6 An Act that no Person robbing any House
" in the Day-time, although no person be * * * * therein, shall be admitted to have the
6 Benefit of his Clergy;" and an Act passed
in the forty-third year of the same reign, inti43 Eliz. c. 7. tuled “ An Act to avoid and prevent divers calif)
“ Misdemeanors in lewd and idle persons;" 66 Mied
and an Act passed in the same year, intituled 43 Eliz. c. 13.
An Act for the more peaceable Government “ of the Parts of Cumberland, Northumber“ land, Westmoreland, and the Bishoprick of “ Durham;" and so much of an Act passed in
the second year of the reign of King James the 2 Jac. 1. c. 27, recog. First, intituled “ An Act for the better Execunized as existing in 2 G. 3. c. 29.
“tion of the Intent and Meaning of former “ Statutes made against shooting in Guns, and “ for the Preservation of the Game of Phea6 sants and Partridges, and against the destroysing of Hares with Hare Pipes, and tracing “ Hares in the Snow,” as relates to house doves,
pigeons, and deer; and an Act passed in the 3 Jac. 1. c. 13. [This third year of the same reign, intituled " An
he next are “ Act against unlawful hunting and stealing recognized as existing in 18 G. 3. c. 30.] 6 of Deer and Conies;” and an Act passed 7 Jac. 1. c. 13.
in the seventh year of the same reign, for the explanation of the last-mentioned Act; and an Act passed in the fifteenth year of the
reign of King Charles the Second, intituled 15 Car. 2. c. 2. “An Act for the Punishment of unlawful
- “ cutting or stealing or spoiling of Wood ...AMand Underwood, and destroying of young
“ Timber Trees;” and an Act passed in the
twenty-second year of the same reign, inti22 Car. 2. c. 5. tuled's An Act for taking away the Benefit
4 of Clergy from such as steal Cloth from the “ Rack, and from such as shall steal His “ Majesty's Ammunition and Stores;" and an
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Act passed in the twenty-second and twentythird years of the same reign, intituled “ An 22 & 23 Car. 2. c. 7. « Act to prevent the malicious burning of « Houses, Stacks of Corn and Hay, and killing « or maiming of Cattle;" and so much of an Act passed in the same years, intituled “ An 22 & 23 Car. 2. c. 11. “ Act to prevent the Delivery up of Merchants' s. 12. “ Ships, and for the Increase of good and ) « serviceable Shipping," as relates to the wilful destruction of any ship by any of the persons belonging to it, as therein mentioned; and an Act passed in the same years, intituled « An Act for the better Preservation of the 22 & 23 Car. 2. c. 25, “Game, and for securing Warrens not in- except s. 1. to 3, bus “ closed, and the several Fishings of this
es * Realm,” so far as relates to all subjects therein mentioned, except the appointment and powers of game-keepers, search war- 19.00 rants, and the description of persons, who are thereby declared to be persons not allowed to have or keep for themselves or any other
hemselves or any other antil person any guns, bows, greyhounds, or others in oils basis animals or things therein enumerated; and 318ixo as besturgu
7.08 E3 al an Act passed in the third year of the reign of King William and Queen Mary, intituledoglu) 6 An Act to take away Clergy from some 3 W. & M. c. 9. « Offenders, and to bring others to Punish« ment;" and so much of an Act passed in
SOS the fourth year of the same reign, intituled " An Act for the more easy Discovery and 4 W. & M. c. 23. “ Conviction of such as shall destroy the “ Game of this Kingdom,” as relates to pigeons and fish, and to persons wrongfully fishing, and to all instruments and engines for destroying or taking fish, and to the burning of any grig, ling, heath, furze, goss, or fern; and so much of an Act passed in the
4 W. & M. c. 24: s. 13. fourth year of same reign, intituled An
“ Act for reviving, continuing, and explain“ing several Laws therein mentioned, which
are expired and near expiring,” as explains the said recited Act of the third year of the
same reign; and the whole of an Act passed
. in the tenth year of the reign of King William 10 W. 3. c. 12. (vulgo the Third, intituled “ An Act for the better 10 & 11 W. 3. c. 23,) “ apprehending, prosecuting, and punishing except s. 7 & 8.
“ of Felons that commit Burglary, House“ breaking, or Robbery in Shops, Ware“ houses, Coach-houses, or Stables, or that “ steal Horses,” except so much thereof as relates to fees for discharging recognizances and drawing bills of indictment, and to defective bills of indictment; and the whole of
an Act passed in the first year of the reign of 1 Ann. st. 2. c. 9, ex- Queen Anne, intituled “ An Act for punish
“ing of Accessories to Felonies and Receivers “ of Stolen Goods, and to prevent the wilful « burning and destroying of Ships,” except so much thereof as relates to witnesses on behalf of the prisoner upon any trial for
treason or felony; and an Act passed in the 6 Ann. c. 9. (vulgo 5 sixth year of the same reign, intituled An Ann. c. 6.) “ Act for repealing a Clause in an Act,
intituled “ An Act for the better apprehend6 6 ing, prosecuting, and punishing Felons * * that commit Burglaries, House-breaking, “ ' or Robberies in Shops, Warehouses, Coach“ • houses, or Stables, or that steal Ilorses;
and an Act passed in the twelfth year of 12 Ann. st. 1. c. 7. the same reign, intituled “ An Act for the
“ more effectual preventing and punishing “ Robberies that shall be scommitted in “ Houses ;” and so much of an Act passed in the thirteenth year of the same reign, in
tituled "An Act for the preserving all such 13 Ann. c. 21. « Ships, and Goods thereof, which shall hap- (vulgo 12 Ann. st 2.)
c. 18. S. 4 & 5. pen to be forced on Shore or stranded upon “the Coasts of this Kingdom, or any other of “ Her Majesty's Dominions," as relates to any person upon whom any goods stolen or carried off from any vessel in distress shall be found, and to the several offences touching vessels in distress, which are thereby made capital fe. lonies, and so much of an Act passed in the first year of the reign of King George the First, intituled “ An Act for preventing Tu- 1 G. 1. st. 2. c. 5. "mults and riotous Assemblies, and for the s. 4 & 6. " more speedy and effectual punishing the "Rioters," as relates to any rioters demolishing or pulling down, or beginning to demolish or pull down, any of the buildings therein mentioned, and to the liability of the inhabitants of the hundred, city, or town, in which the damage shall be done, to yield damages to the party injured; and an Act passed in the same year, intituled “ An Act 16. 1. st. 2. c. 48.
to encourage the planting of Timber Trees, « Fruit Trees, and other Trees for Ornament, “Shelter, or Profit, and for the better Pre«servation of the same, and for the prevent
ing the burning of Woods;" and the whole of an Act passed in the fourth year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for the further pre- 4G. 1. c. 11. except "venting Robbery, Burglary, and other Fe 9.7. ** lonies, and for the more effectual Trans« portation of Felons and unlawful Exporters i of Wool, and for declaring the Law upon u some Points relating to Pirates,” except so much thereof as relates to the trial of piracy, felony, or robbery committed within the Admiralty jurisdiction, and an Act passed in the
5 G. 1. c. 28.
6 G. 1. c. 16.
G. 1. c. 22.
fifth year of the same reign, intituled “An
"jesty's Subjects, and for the more speedy .'" bringing the Offenders to Justice ;” and so
much of an Act passed in the second year of
2 G. 2. c. 25. s. 3.
4 G. 2. c. 32.