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sons shall be deemed and adjudged to be guilty of a misdemeanor, and as relates to any person who shall steal or take away, or break, destroy, damage, or embezzle, any article not exceeding the value of five shil. lings, as therein mentioned, or shall break, destroy, or damage any waggon,, cart, or other carriage as therein mentioned; and an Act passed in the forty-first-year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for the indemnifying 41 G. 3. c. 24. (V. K.) " of Persons injured by the forcible pulliog “ down and demolishing of Mills, or of Works " thereunto belonging, by Persons unlawfully "and riotously assembled ;” and an Act passed in the forty-second year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act to extend the Pro- 42 G. 3. c. 67. “* visions of an Act made in the Thirteenth “ Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, 66 intituled . An Act for repealing so much of “ an Act made in the Twenty-third Year of ", His late Majesty King George the Second, " as relates to the preventing the stealing or * destroying of Turnips, and for the more " effectually preventing the stealing or de
stroying of Turnips, Potatoes, Cabbages, 4.4 Parsnips, Pease, and Carrots, to certain 6 other Field Crops, and to Orchards; and 4 for amending the said Act;" and an Act passed in the same forty-second year, intituled “ An Act more effectually, to prevent the 42 G. 3. c. 107.
stealing of Deer;" and so much of an Act passed in the forty-third year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for the further Pre- 43 G, 3. c. 58. part of "vention of malicious shooting, and attempt- s. 1.
ing to discharge loaded Fire Arms, stabbing,, ** cutting, wounding, poisoning, and the mali. “cious using of Means to procure the Mis
carriage of Women; and also the malicious "*setting fire to Buildings; and also for res pealing a certain Act made in England in " the Twenty-first Year of the late King " James the First, intituled An Act to pre$66 vent the destroying and murdering of Bas666 tard Children; and also an Act made in “Ireland in the Sixth Year of the Reign of " the late Queen Anne, also intituled An “« Act to prevent the destroying and mur“dering of Bastard Children;' and for 5 making other Provisions in lieu thereof," as relates to the setting fire to any of the buildings therein enumerated; and the whole
of an Act passed in the same forty-third year, 43 G. 3. c. 113. except intituled " An Act for the more effectually
“providing for the Punishment of Offences in “ wilfully casting away, burning, or destroying “ Ships or Vessels; and for the more con“ venient Trial of Accessories in Felonies; " and for extending the Powers of an Act “ made in the Thirty-third Year of the Reign “ of King Henry the Eighth, as far as relates " to Murders, to Accessories to Murders and " to Manslaughters," except so much thereof as specially relates to accessories before the fact in murder, and to manslaughter'; and so
much of an Act passed in the forty-fourth 41 G. 3. c. 92. s. 7 & 8. year of King George the Third, intituled " An
“ Act to render more easy the apprehending
passed in the forty-fifth year. of the same reign, intituleds An Act to prevent in Great 45 G. 3. c. 66. “ Britain the illegally carrying away Bark; “ and for amending Two Acts passed in the “ Sixth and Ninth Years of His present Ma“ jesty's Reign, for the Preservation of Tim“ber Trees, Underwoods, Roots, Shrubs, “ Plants, Hollies, Thorns, and Quicksets ;" and an Act passed in the forty-eighth year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act to repeal so 48 G. 3. c. 129. “ much of an Act passed in the Eighth Year 6 of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, intituled $66 An Act to take away the Benefit of Clergy * * from certain Offenders for Felony,' as takes “ away the Benefit of Clergy from Persons “ stealing privily from the Person of another; “ and for more effectually preventing the “ Crime of Larceny from the Person ;' and an Act passed in the same forty-eighth year, intituled “ An Act for the more effectual 48 G. 3. c. 144. " Protection of Oyster Fisheries and the Brood “ of Oysters in England;” and an Act passed in the fifty-first year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act to repeal so much of an Act 51 G. 3. c. 41. “ passed in the Eighteenth Year of the Reign “ of King George the Second, intituled · Ăn 56 Act for the more effectually preventing the 16 • stealing of Linen, Fustian, and Cotton 16. Goods and Wares, in Buildings, Fields, 66 • Grounds, and other Places used for print
sing, whitening, bleaching, or dyeing the 6 same,' as takes away the Benefit of Clergy “ from Persons stealing Cloth in Places therein “ mentioned; and for more effectually pre“ venting such Felonies;” and an Act passed in the same fifty-first year, intituled “ An Act 51 G. 3. c. 120. “ to amend an Act of the Forty-seventh Year
* of His present Majesty, for more effectually
of King George the Second, against Per.
52 G. 3. c. 130.
53 G. 3. c. 162.
56 G. 3. c. 125.
"Engines, and Machinery used in and about “ Collieries and other. Mines, Waggonways, “ Bridges, and other Works Tused in convey«ing and shipping Coals and other Minerals; * and for enabling the Owners of such Property to recover Damages for the Injury
sustained ;”, and so much of an Act passed in the fifty-seventh year of the same reign, intituled 6 An Act for the more effectually 57 G. 3. c. 19. s. 38. "preventing Seditious Meetings and Assem6 blies," as relates to the liability of the inhabitants of the city, town, or hundred, to yield compensation to the party injured, as therein mentioned; and an Act passed in the first year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled “ An Act for the summary Punish- 16. 4. c. 56. “ment, in certain Cases, of Persons wilfully
ori maliciously damaging or committing " Trespasses on public or private Property;"> and the whole of an Act passed in the same year, intituled “ An Act to repeal so much of 1 G. 4. c. 115.
the several Acts passed in the Thirty-ninth 4 Year of the Reign of Elizabeth, the Fourth # of George the First, the Fifth and Eighth of
George the Second, as inflicts Capital 4 Punishment on certain Offences therein spe“cified, and to provide more suitable and $ effectual Punishment for such Offences,”! except so much thereof as relates to the offences made capital by the said Act of Queen Elizabeth; and another Act passed in the same year of the present reign, intituled " An 19. 4. c. 117. « Act to repeal so much of an Act passed in
the Tenth and Eleventh Years of King Wil s liam the Third, intituled An Act for the 4¢ better apprehending, prosecuting, and sopunishing of Felons that commit Burglary,