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in the prosecution and abatement of nuisances, arising

from furnaces used and in the working of steam-

engines ....

......... 69

1 & 2 Geo. 4, c. 76. An act to continue and amend

certain acts for preventing the various frauds and

depredations committed on merchants, shipowners,

and underwriters, by boatmen and others, within the

jurisdiction of the Cinque Ports; and also for reme-

dying certain defects relative to the adjustment of

salvage, under a statute made in the twelfth year of

the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne, s. 6, 7, 8,

10, 16, 18, 22 ........

............ 65

1 & 2 Geo. 4, c. 88. An act for the amendment of the

law of rescue .........

3 Geo. 4, c. 23. An act to facilitate summary proceed-

ings before justices of the peace and others........ 75

3 Geo. 4, c. 24. An act for extending the laws against

receivers of stolen goods to receivers of stolen bonds,

bank-notes, and other securities for money (repealed] 81

3 Geo. 4, c. 38. An act for the farther and more ade-

quate punishment of persons convicted of manslaugh.

ter, and of servants convicted of robbing their masters,

and of accessories before the fact to grand larceny,

and certain other felonies (repealed].............. 82

3 Geo. 4, c. 71. An act to prevent the cruel and im

proper treatment of cattle..................... 82

3 Geo. 4, c. 114. An act to provide for the more

effectual punishment of certain offences, by impri-

sonment with hard labour (part repealed].......... 87

4 Geo. 4, c. 46. An act for repealing the capital pu.

nishments inflicted by several acts of the sixth and

twenty-seventh years of King George the Second,

and of the third, fourth, and twenty-second years of

King George the Third ; and for providing other

punishments in lieu thereof, and in lieu of the punish-

anent of frame-breaking under an act of the twenty-

eighth year of the same reign .................. 90

4 Geo. 4, c. 48. An act for enabling courts to abstain

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from pronouncing sentence of death in certain capital

felonies ......... ...................... 94

4 Geo. 4, c. 52. An act to alter and amend the law

relating to the interment of the remains of any person

found felo de se .............................

4 Geo. 4, c. 53. An act for extending the benefit of

clergy to several larcenies therein mentioned .......

4 Geo. 4, c. 54. An act for allowing the benefit of

clergy to persons convicted of certain felonies under

two acts of the ninth year of King George the First,

and of the twenty-seventh year of King George the

Second ; for making better provision for the punish-

ment of persons guilty of sending or delivering threat-

ening letters, and of assaults with intent to commit

robbery .................................... 101

5 Geo. 4, c. 18. An act for the more effectual reco- .

very of penalties before justices and magistrates, on

conviction of offenders ; and for facilitating the exe-

cution of warrants by constables ................ 107

5 Gto. 4, c. 20. An act to regulate the conveyance of

packets containing reissuable country bank-notes by

the post, and to charge rates of postage thereon ; to

prevent letters and packets being sent otherwise than

by the post; to punish persons embezzling printed

proceedings in parliament, or newspapers; and to

allow the president of the commissioners of revenue

inquiry to send and receive letters and packets free

from the duty of postage, s. 10.................. 116

5 Geo. 4, c. 83. An act for the punislıment of idle

and disorderly persons, and rogues and vagabonds,

in that part of Great Britain called England ...... 118

- 5 Geo. 4, c. 84. An act for the transportation of

offenders from Great Britain.................... 137

5 Geo. 4, c. 107. An act to prevent the illegal pawning

of stores and clothes belonging to Chelsea Hospital ;

to give further powers to the treasurer and deputy

treasurer of Chelsea and Greenwich Hospitals; to

punish persons fraudulently receiving prize money or

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pensions; and to enable the commissioners of Chelsea

Hospital to hold lands parchased under the will of

Colonel Drowly, s.5...

............ 165

6 Geo. 4, c. 16. An act to amend the laws relating to

bankrupts, s. 112 ............................ 169

6 Geo. 4, c. 19. An act for the amendment of the

law as to the offence of sending threatening letters

(repealed] ........ ......................... 175

6 Geo. 4, c. 25. An act for defining the rights of

capital convicts who receive pardon, and of copricts

after having been punished for clergyable selonies;

for placing clerks in orders on the same footing with

other persons as to felonies; and for limiting the

effect of the benefit of clergy .................. 175

6 Geo. 4, c. 50. An act for consolidating and amend.

ing the laws relative to jurors and juries, s. 13, 20,

21, 47, 61 .......... ........................ 180

6 Geo. 4, c. 56. An act to amend two acts for remor-

ing difficulties in the conviction of offenders stealing

property in mines, and from corporate bodies (re-

pealed] .................................... 184

6 Geo. 4, c. 78. An act to repeal the sereral laws

relating to the performance of quarantine, and to

make other provisions in lieu thereof, s. ........ 185

6 Geo. 4, c. 94. An act to alter and amend an act for

the better protection of the property of mercbants

and others, who may hereafter enter into contracts or

agreements in relation to goods, wares, or merchan-

dize intrusted to factors or agents (repealed) ...... 185

6 Geo. 4, c. 108. An act for the prevention of smug.

gling [repealed] ....

...... 186

6 Geo. 4, c. 127. An act for making further provision

by law for the protection of property in orchards,

gardens, and nursery grounds [repealed) .......... 186

7 Geo. 4, c. 38. An act to enable commissioners for

trying offences upon the sea, and justices of the

peace, to take examinations touching such offences,

and to commit to safe custody persons charged there-

with ......

......... 186
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CASES

CITED IN THE FIRST VOLUME.

Page Adams, 3 Car. & P. 600 ...

...... 280 Adams (Phineas), P.. & R. 225

...... 274. 983 Amey (Thomas), R. & R. 500

........ 365 Amier, 6 Car. & P. 344 ........

.322, 323 Anonymous, 2 Car. & P. 459 ............ Anonymous, 6 Car. & P. 408 ......... Archer (Elizabeth) and others, R. & M. 143.... . 435 Athea, R. & M. 329....

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Bailey, R. & M. 23 ........
Baldwin, R. & M. 241....
Banks (W.), R. & R. 441

........... 278 Bayley (Wm.) and another, R. & R. 341 .......... 309 Beacall, 1 Car. & P. 454 .................... 413. 416 Beacall, R. & M. 15 .................. 284. 412, 413 Beany, R. & R. 416 ........

... 351 Beechey, R. & R. 319.. Belstead (John), R. & R. 411........... Bennett (Wm.) and another, R. & R. 289 .. Berriman, 5 Car. & P. 601 ....... Bingley & Law, 5 Car. & P. 602..

...., 294 Birket, 4 Car. & P. 216 ....... ......... 351 Bitton, 6 Car. & P. 92... Blick, 4 Car. & P. 377 .......... .......405. 437 Bootyman, 5 Car. & P. 300...

.......... 413 Boucher, 4 Car. & P. 563 .. .......... 105, 106 Boulton, 5 Car. & P. 537.. ....... 207. 284. 305

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