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crown at Warwick; and, in respect of those to be tried at the assizes at Coventry, to the clerk of the crown at Coventry, at the usua time and in the like manner heretofore used in the county of Warwick:

And it is further ordered, that no further alteration shall be necessary in the commissions of oyer and terminer and gaol delivery for the said county, other than to extend the same to the two divisions of the said county of Warwick; and that two commissions of assize be issued by the clerk of the crown, one for each of the divisions of the said county of Warwick, in the same manner as one has heretofore issued, directed to the sheriff of the said county; and the sheriff shall return one writ at the assizes at Warwick, and the other at the assizes at Coventry, with the proper schedules or panels annexed, and a schedule of the nominaministrorum for the whole county; and it is also ordered, that writs of subpoena do issue as heretofore, with the proper alteration, and do name the assizes either at Warwick or Coventry, as the case may be, where the attendance of the witnesses is to be given; and that all writs of jury process, and all other writs, be altered in like manner; but that no alteration be necessary in any mittimus to the said county of Warwick, for the trial of any issue joined in any of Her Majesty's courts at Westminster; and further, that the assize writs and subpoenas, to be hereafter issued for the next assize, may be vested on the day of the date of this Order, or afterwards, as the case may require, and, for any subsequent assizes, may be tested in manner heretofore used and accustomed:

And it is further ordered, that the sheriff of the said county do summon a grand jury for the body of the said county which shall attend at the assizes at Warwick, and be sworn for the body of the whole county as heretofore; and another gran A jury (which may consist in part or in all of the same, or may consist altogether of different persons) which shall attend at the assizes at Coventry, and be sworn in like manner:

And it is further ordered, that the sheriff, or other minister to whom belongs the return of the jurors for the trial of issues to be tried at the said assizes at Warwick or Coventry, either from the superior courts at Westminster, or any criminal issue, shall summon a competent number of men, named in the juror's book, to serve on juries indiscriminately on the civil and criminal side at the said assizes at Warwick, so as such number be not less than forty-eight, nor more than seventy-two; and also a competent number of the like persons to serve on juries, indiscriminately as aforesaid, at the said assizes at Coventry, so as such number be not less than forty-eight, nor more shan seventytwo; unless a judge or judges in the commission of oyer and terminer and gaol delivery shall direct a greater or less number; in which case such greater or less number shall be summoned; and in summoning such juries to attend at the said assizes at Warwick and Coventry, respectively, the said sheriff, or other minister, shall have regard to the convenience of the said jurors, as to their place of residence:

And it is further ordered, that all persons who shall have served as jurors, at either of the said assizes, shall have the like privilege and exemption, by virtue of the Statute, passed in the sixth year of the reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled "An Act for con"solidating and amending the laws relative tojurora "and juries," as if he had served at the assizes held for the whole county; and that all and every the powers and provisions of the said last-mentioned Statute, torching the summoning of juries, common and special, and the summoning of juries to serve indiscriminately on the criminal and civil side, and all other the powers and provisions of the said last-mentioned Act, shall be in force, with respect to each of the said assizes to be held at Warwick and Coventry, respectively, so far as they may be applicable thereto, in like manner as they were with respect to the assizes held at Warwick only:

And it is further ordered, that every declaration, hereafter to be filed or delivered in any action in which the issue is intended to be tried at the assizes for the county of Warwick, held at Warwick or Coventry, respectively, shall have in the margin, besides the ordinary venue, the words "Warwick division," or "Coventry division," but no other alteration from the ordinary form of such declaration shall be necessary; and issues arising in such actions, if tried at the assizes, shall accordingly be tried at the assizes held at Warwick and Coventry, respectively: provided, nevertheless, and it is further ordered, that in all cases of civil actions in which the venue is by law local, the issues therein shall be tried at Warwick; in cases where the cause of action shall have arisen in the Warwick division, and at Coventry where the cause of action shall have arisen in the Coventry division, in like manner as if the said two divisions were two separate counties, and the declarations in such actions shall have in the margin, in addition to the ordinary venue, the words "Warwick division," or "Coventry division," as the case may require, but no other alteration from the ordinary form shall be necessary; nevertheless, it shall be lawful for the court in which any such issue be joined, or any judge of the superior courts of common law at Westminster, to order such issues to be tried at the assizes held in the division in which the cause of action did not arise, if they or he shall think fit; and also to order the words in the margin to be amended in any other cases, so as to cause the trial to take place at the assizes held in the other division:

And it is further ordered, that in all cases of issues already joined, or hereafter joined, in which the venue is laid in the county of Warwick, without any words in the margin, specifying the division of the county, such issues shall be tried at the assizes at Warwick, unless the court in which such action shall have been commenced, or a judge thereof, or one of the judges of the superior courts at Westminster, shall otherwise order, by directing the proper words to be inserted in the margin, or otherwise, as he shall think fit:

And it is further ordered, that in all cases of indictments removed into the Court of Queen's Bench at Westminster by certiorari, and in all cases of informations triable at the assizes for offences alleged to have been committed, or matters alleged to have arisen in the said county of Warwick, the trial of any issue arising therein shall take place at the assizes held at Warwick, unless the court in which such information shall be filed, or in the case of indictments, the said Court of Queen's Bench, or any judge of the said courts, respectively, shall otherwise order:

And it is further ordered, that Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench at Westminster, or any judge thereof, or any judge of the superior courts at Westminster, being a commissioner of oyer and terminer and gaol delivery for the said county, shall and may, if such court or judge shall think fit, order and direct the issue upon any indictment found by the grand jury at Coventry to" be tried at Warwick, and vice versa; and also order and direct any prisoner, in custody for trial at the assizes in the said gaol at Coventry, to be removed to take his trial at Warwick, and issue a writ of habeas corpus accordingly for such removal, and vice versa:

And it is further ordered, that every recognizance which shall be entered into to appear and prosecute, or give evidence, or appear and answer, as the case may be, at the assizes to be held at Warwick, shall, in case such order shall have been made as last aforesaid, for trial at the assizes at Coventry, be obligatory on the parties bound by such recognizance to appear and prosecute, or give evidence, or appear and answer, as the case may be, and do all other things therein mentioned, at the assizes to be held at Coventry, in like manner as if such recognizance had been originally entered into for appearing and prosecuting, or giving evidence, or for appearing and answering, or doing such other things at the assizes held at Coventry; provided, that one week's notice shall have been given, either personally or by leaving the same at the place of residence, as of which the parties bound by such recognizances are therein described, to appear at the assizes to be held at Coventry; and that, in like manner, recognizances for appearance at Coventry shall be obligatory on the parties to appear at Warwick; provided also, that it shall be lawful for the court or judge making such order for trial and removal as aforesaid, and they are hereby required to cause the party applying for such order, whether he be the prosecutor or party charged, to enter into a recognizance for such sum, with or without sureties, as such court or judge may direct, and conditioned to give such notice as aforesaid, to the parties

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