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jects discussed in the following pages. The law upon all other indictable offences will, it is hoped, be there found in an appropriate arrangement ; and a chapter or book upon the law of Evidence in criminal prosecutions, which formed a part of the original plan of the Work, has now been supplied by the kind assistance of my friend, Mr. E. Vaughan Williams, whose professional attainments abundantly assure the value of the addition.
TABLE OF CONTENTS TO VOL I.
XIII. Of setting spring guns, &c.
Add. Vol. 1, p. xix.
or OFFENCES AGAINST PROPERTY PUBLIC OR PRIVATE.
II. Of Sacrilege or of breaking into any church or
chapel and stealing therein,
IV. Of stealing in a dwelling House, any person
being therein put in fear