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his said Majesty as himself, for a certain offence committed
by the said E. F. against the laws and statutes of excise,
whereof he stands convicted before us the said justices. And
all constables and other peace officers of the said county are
hereby required to aid and assist you in the due execution
hereof, and for se doing this shall be your sufficient warrant
and authority. ..
Given under our hands and seals &c. ,'

J. C.
S. P. :

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Information for obstructing an Excise Officer. - to wit. Be it remembered, That on the day of — as in the preceding information), A. B. laté of the parish of or in the said county, on the day of , in the 57th year of the reign &c. and in the year of our Lord 1817, with foree and arms, at the parish of aforesaid, in and upon one C, D. the said C. D. then and there being one of the officers of his said Majesty's revenue of excise, duly con." stituted, and appointed, and being then and there in the due execution of bis said office, unlawfully and violently did make an assault upon him the said C. D. in the due execution of his said office, then and there with force and arms, unlawfully, violently, and forcibly, did hinder, obstruct, resist, oppose, molest, and abuse, to the great damage of the said C.D. in contempt of our said Lord the King and his laws, and against the form of the statutes in that case made and provided, whereby the said A. B. hath, for his said offence, forfeited and lost the sum of £10. wherefore the said C. D. the now informant, prays the consideration and judgment of us the said justices in the premises, and that the said A. B. may be forthwith apprehended and brought before us the said justices, to answer and make. defence to this information, and that such proceedings may thereupon be had as by the statute in that case made and provided are directed.

. A. B. Exhibited before us the day and year aforesaid.

J.,C. . . . . . . S. P.

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to wit. Be it remembered, That on the day of

in the year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, and in the year of our Lord 1817, at

in the said county, A. B. of — in the said county, who prosecutes as well for the poor of the said parish of in the said county as for himself, in this behalf, in his proper person cometh before me S. P. Ésq. one of the justices of our said Lord the King assigned to keep the peace of our said Lord the King in and for the said county, and also to hear and determine divers felonies, trespasses, and other misdemeanors in the said county committed, and as well for the poor in the said parish of - in the said county as for himself, giveth me the said justice to understand and be inforined, that after the 24th day of June, 1736, to 'wit, on the

day of in the year of our Lord, 1817, at the parish of — in the said county, une E. F. being one of His Majesty's officers of the customs for ercise), did find and seize upon and in the custody of one C. D. late of, in the said county, divers, to wit (here set forth the goods found and the value thereof], being goods, wares, and merchandize liable to the payment of the duties of customs (or excise), to and for the use of His Majesty, which had been brought from parts beyond the seas by way of merchandize, and had been unshipped and clandestinely run and imported into this kingdom, to wit, to the parish of - aforesaid, without payment of the said duties for the same, and that the said C. D, was, at the time of such finding and seizing of the said goods, wares, and merchandize, at the parish aforesaid, employed in carrying the same, he the said C. D. then and there well knowing the said goods, wares, and merchandize to have been clandestinely run and imported as aforesaid, without payment of the said duties of customs (or excise), contrary to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, whereby and by force of the said statute the said C. D. hath forfeited the sum of £, being treble the value of the said goods, wares, and merchandize so found and seized as aforesaid, one moiety thereof to the said

A. B. the said informer, and the other moiety thereof to the poor of the parish of — , being the parish wherein the said offence was committed ; and the said A. B. who prosecutes as aforesaid, prays that the said C. D. may be convicted of the said offence, and that one moiety of the said forfeiture may be adjudged to the said A. B. and the other moiety thereof to the poor of the said parish of , according to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and that the said C. D. may be summoned to answer the said complaint and information, and to make defence thereto.

A. B. Exhibited before me, ; :

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Med J balist; Summons thereon.
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- to wit. Whereas information hath this day been made by A. B. [state the substance of the information), These are therefore to require you the said C. D. to appear before me at -- the day of — next ensuing, at the hour of — , to answer the matter of the complaint contained in the said information, and to shew cause (if any you have) why you should not be convicted of the said offence charged in the said information..

Given under my hand and seal &c. ...,

Hat Conviction. .. . .
(See the general form of Conviction, under that title.)

Warrant of Distress.

To the Constable of - to wit. Whereas by a certain conviction under my hand and seal, bearing date the day of , in the year of our Lord 1817, one c. D. late of the parish of in the said county, was and is duly convicted before me S. P. Esq. one of the justices of our Lord the King, assigned to keep the peace &c. upon the information of A, B, of in the said county,

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who prosecuted as well: før &c. as himself, in this behalf, and upon the oath of a credible witness in that behalf, of a eertain offence committed by the said. C. D. for that there describe the offence as in the information), and the said C. D. was for his said offence adjudged by me to forfeit the sum of

of lawful money of Great Britain, being treble the value of the goods, wares, and merchandize so found and seized as aforesaid, to be distributed, and to go and be applied one moiety thereof to the said , and the other moiety thereof to the said A. B. the informer, according to the form of the statute in that case made and provided; these are therefore to command you to levy the said sum of £ being treble the value of the said goods, wares, and merchandizes so found and seized as aforesaid, by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the said C. D. and I do hereby order and direct the goods and chattels so to be distrained to be sold and disposed of within days (not more than eight nor less than four days, by stat. 27 Geo. III. c. 20), unless the said sum of £ , for which such distress shall be made, together with the reasonable costs, and charges of taking and keeping the said distress shall be sooner paid, and you are hereby commanded to certify to me the said justice, on the day of -- next ensuing, what you shall do by virtue of this my warrant.

Given under my hand and seal &c. .. ,

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Constable's Return of no Distress. !

I do hereby certify to $. P. Esq. the justice within named, that the within named C. D. hath not any goods or chattels whereon I can levy the within mentioned sum of

£- , or any part thereof, as within I am commanded. Dated this day of s. 1817.

. . L. M. Constable of

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Constable's Return of Part Levied.

. I do hereby certify to S. P. Esq. the justice within named, that by virtue of the within warrant I have levied, by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the within named C. D. the sum of £ , in part of the within mentioned sum

of k- , which said sum of £- I have ready before the said justice, as within I am commanded; and I do further certify to the said justice, that the said C. D. hath not any other goods or chattels whereon I can levy the residue of the said sum of £ o r any part thereof. Dated, &c.

L. M. Constable.

Commitment for want of Distress, or where Part only Levied, To the Constable of — , and to the Keeper of the House of

Correction at — in the county of

- to wit. Whereas C. D. late of the parish of in the said county, was duly convicted [recite the information and conriction). And whereas on the day of last past, I did issue my warrant to the constable of — , commanding him to levy the said sum of £- , by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of him the said C. Ď, and that the said constable should certify to me the said justice, on the day of

bow last past, what he should do by virtue of my said warrant; and whereas it duly appears to me, by the return of L. M. constable of aforesaid dated the day of that the said C. D. hath not any goods or chattels whereon he could levy the said sum of £- or any part thereof, as by the said warrant he was directed (or he hath levied, by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the said C. D. the sum of £- , in part of the said sum of — ; and it further appears to me by the return of the said constable, that the said C.D. hath not any other goods or chattels whereon he could levy the residue of the said sum of £- , or any part thereof, as by the said warrant he was commanded). These are therefore to command you, the said constable of ~~, to apprehend the said C. D. and him safely to convey to the house of correction at

and there to deliver him to the keeper thereof, together with this precept; and I do hereby command you, the said keeper of the said house of correction, to receive the said C. D. into the said house of correction, and there to whip him and keep him to hard labour for the space of three months, and for your so doing this shall be your sufficient warrant and authority.

Given under my hand and seal &c.

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