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"under the several like commissions heretofore "issued for the county of Warwick; provided, "that the mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of "the city of Coventry shall allow the use of Saint "Mary's Hall, within the said city, for holding "any of the said sittings therein, when and so "often as the same shall be needed by the said "judges and commissioners:" it is, therefore, ordered, that the said county be divided, for the purpose of carrying the said Acts and this Order into effect, into two divisions, which shall respectively be called "the Warwick division of the said county," and "the Coventry division of the said county;" and that the judges of assize and nisi prius, and others named in Her Majesty's commissions of oyer - and terminer and gaol delivery, shall hold their sittings within the said city of Coventry for the said city, and for the Atherstone and Coleshill divisions of the hundred of Hemlingford, and the Kirby and Rugby divisions of the hundred of Knightlow ; and that the city of Coventry, and the Atherstone and Coleshill divisions of the hundred of Hemlingford, and the Kirby and Rugby divisions of the hundred of Knightlow, shall be the Coventry division of the said county; and that Warwick, and the rest of the said county of Warwick, shall be the Warwick division of the said county; and that the venue in all criminal proceedings shall be according to the respective divisions as follows, viz. "Warwickshire Warwick division," or "Warwickshire Coventry division," as the case may require:

And it is hereby ordered, that the gaol at Coventry shall and may be used in manner hereinafter mentioned as a common gaol, for the purpose of carrying the said Acts and this Order into effect; and that any justice or justices of the peace, or coroner for the said county, or any liberty therein, may commit any person, duly charged with any offence triable at the assizes, to the said gaol ; and such justice or coroner is required to specify in the commitment that the commitment is for trial at the assizes, and that the prisoners in the said gaol, committed for trial at the assizes, shall be in the government, custody, charge, and keeping of the sheriff of the said county; and also the prisoners removed by the said sheriff, pursuant to the directions hereinafter given, from the gaol at Warwick for trial at the assizes to be held at Coventry, shall be kept by the said sheriff in the said gaol; and all such prisoners, so committed or removed as aforesaid, shall continue in the government, custody, charge, and keeping of the said sheriff in the said gaol until the execution of their respective sentences, or until they shall be delivered from thence into the custody in which they ought, by virtue of their respective sentences, to be delivered, or be delivered by due course of law; and it is further ordered, that the governor or keeper of the said gaol at Coventry shall, in all respects, observe and keep the orders and regulations now made and observed by the governor or keeper of the gaol at Warwick, touching and concerning all returns to be made of the persons committed to the said gaol at Coventry for trial as aforesaid, with a statement of their respective offences:

And it is further ordered, in cases of commitment for trial, or recognizance to appear and prosecute, or give evidence at the assize for any offence supposed to have been committed in the said Warwick division, such commitment shall be to the gaol at Warwick, and the recognizances shall be taken to appear and prosecute, or give evidence, or to appear and answer at the assize* at Warwick ; and for all offences supposed to have been committed in the said Coventry division, the commitment shall be to the gaol at Coventry aforesaid, and the recognizances shall be taken to appear and prosecute, or give evidence, or to appear and answer at the assizes at Coventry, unless the justice or justices of the peace making any such commitments, or taking such recognizances, shall, under the special circumstances of the case, think fit to make such commitments for trial, or recognizances to appear and prosecute, or give evidence, or to appear and answer at the assizes to be holden in the division other than that in which the offence shall be supposed to have been committed, in which case such commitments shall be made and recognizances taken, and such trial shall take place accordingly; and in such special case such justice or justices shall and may commit prisoners charged with any offence supposed to have been committed in the "Warwick division to the gaol at Coventry, for trial at the assizes to be holden at Coventry; and that all prisoners now or hereafter in custody in the gaol at Warwick for trial at the next ensuing assizes, after the date of this Order, for offences appearing by the respective commitments to have been committed in the said Warwick division (other than such prisoners, if any, as may have been committed by such justice or justices as aforesaid, in such special case as aforesaid, or as may have been removed to the said gaol at Warwick from the said gaol at Coventry by a court or judge, as hereinafter provided for), shall be removed by the sheriff of the said county to the said gaol at Coventry for trial at the said next assizes to be held at Coventry, and shall be tried there: provided always, and it is further ordered, that a list of the name* of such prisoner*/ 1843. H

with a short statement of the offences with which they axe charged, shall, by the said sheriff, be inserted in one or more of the newspapers published in the said county (so far as the same list can be then made out), ten days before the day fixed for the opening of the commission at the assizes.at Coventry, with a notice, that all persons bound by recognizance to appear and prosecute, or give evidence against such prisoners so removed, shall appear and give evidence at the said next assizes to be held at Coventry; and the persons so bound shall so appear and prosecute, and give evidence accordingly: and it is further ordered, that all other prisoners, now or hereafter in custody in the gaol at Warwick for trial at the assizes, shall be tried at the assizes held at Warwick; and all prisoners, hereafter in custody for trial at the assizes in the gaol at Coventry, shall be tried at the assizes held at Coventry; but such prisoners, as shall be in custody in the said gaol at Coventry for trial at the sessions, shall remain therein for trial as heretofore:

And it is further ordered, that all indictments for offences, supposed to have been committed in the Warwick division of the said county, shall be preferred to the grand jury for the said county St Warwick; and for offences, supposed to have been committed in the Coventry division of the said county, shall be preferred to the grand jury for the said county at Coventry, except in the eases of persons committed or held to bail under the special circumstances hereinbefore mentioned, qr removed for trial by order of a court or judge, as hereinafter provided, in which case indictments shall be preferred to the grand jury, either at Warwick or Coventry, to or at whichever of the said places the said persons shall be committed Op removed, or held to bail to appear; and all issue* arising upon or out of any indictment shall be tried at whichever of the said places the said indictment shall have been preferred; and that in all cases, not herein otherwise provided for, an indictment may be preferred either at the assizes held at Warwick, or at the assizes held at Coventry:

And it is further ordered, that any person not in custody, against whom any true bill of indictment shall hereafter be found at Warwick, shall, if committed, be committed to the gaol at Warwick for trial at the assizes to be held at Warwick; or in case such indictment shall be found at Coventry, then such person shall be committed to the said gaol at Coventry for trial at the assizes to be held at Coventry:

And it is further ordered, that issues, now or hereafter to be joined on any indictments already found at the assizes, for offences wherever supposed to have been committed, shall be tried at the assizes held at Warwick:

And it is further ordered, that the sheriff of the said county, or his deputy, and the clerk of the crown for the said county, or his deputy, shall attend at the assizes both at Warwick and Coventry; and all justices of the peace and coroners, bound by law to attend at the assizes, shall attend at the assizes held at Warwick or Coventry; and all mayors, stewards, bailiffs of liberties, hundreds, and wapentakes, in the Warwick division, do attend at the assizes at Warwick, and, in the Coventry di-* vision, at the assizes at Coventry:

And it is further ordered, that every such justice of the peace and coroner shall certify his examinations, informations, bailments, and recognizances, in respect of offences which are, pursuant to this Order, to be tried at the assizes at Warwick, to the clerk of the

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