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INDEX TO APPENDIX,

INDICTMENTS.

Forms of Indictment for Offences Triable at Courts of Quarter Sessions, under the

Provisions of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 14 & 15 Vict. cap. 100. By
J. E. Davis, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
Part I.-Felonies.

No.
26. Stealing fabrics in the process of manu-

facture, xi. 1. Simple larceny of one article, i.

27. Stealing trees in an orchard, &c., xi. 2. Larceny of several articles, ii.

28. Stealing a tree above the value of five 3. Larceny, where three distinct acts of pounds, xii. stealing are charged, ji.

29. Damaging trees, with intent to steal, xii. 4. Receiving stolen goods, iii.

30. Stealing letters, xii. 5. Larceny, with a count for receiving, against 31. Larceny of money by a clerk or servant, xiii. the same person, iii.

32. Larceny by a clerk or servant, where three 6. Larceny against two or more, iv.

distinct acts of stealing are charged, xiii. 7. Against two receivers, iv.

33. Embezzlement by a clerk, xiv. 8. Against several, for stealing, with a count 34. Embezzlement by a servant, alleging three for receiving, iv.

distinct acts, xiv. · 9. Indictments against principal and ac

gainst principal and ac- | 35. Housebreaking, xvi. cessary after the fact, v.

36. Stealing in a dwelling-house to the amount 10. Against accessary after the fact, where the of five pounds, xvi. principal is unknown, v.

37. Breaking and entering a building within 11. Larceny, after a previous conviction for the curtilege, xvii.

felony at the quarter sessions, vi. 38. Breaking and entering a shop, xvii. 12. Larceny, after a previous conviction for 39. Stealing from the person, xviii. felony at the assizes, vi.

40. Robbery, xvij. 13. Larceny of money, vii.

41. Assault with intent to rob, xviii. 14. Larceny of a promissory note, vii.

42. Demanding money with menaces, xix. 15. Larceny of a bill of exchange, viii.

43. Demanding property by force, xix. 16. Larceny of cattle, viii.

44. Malicious injuries to animals, xix. 17. Killing cattle with intent to steal, viii. 45. Destroying trees in an orchard, &c., xx. 18. Larceny of metal fixed to a building, viii. 46. Destroying trees above the value of five 19. Larceny of a fixture, ix.

pounds, xx. 20. Larceny of glass belonging to a building, 47. Drowning a mine, xx. ix.

48. Obstructing airway of a mine, xxi. 21. Larceny of metal fixed in land being | 49. Destroying a steam engine for working a private property, ix.

mine, xxi. 22. Larceny of metal fixed in a place dedicated 50. Damaging, with intent to destroy, a steam to public use, x.

engine for working a mine, xxi. 23. Cutting with intent to steal lead fixed to a 51. Destroying threshing machines, xxii. building, X.

52. Damaging, with intent to destroy, thresh24. Stealing ore from a mine, x.

ing machines, xxji. . 25. Severing ore from a mine, with intent to 53. Removing piles used to secure the banks of steal, xi.

a canal, xxii.

No.

No. 54. Drawing up floodgate of a canal, xxiii. 25. General form of indictment for riot and 55. Setting fire to goods in a railway ware assault, with counts for inflicting house, xxiii.

grievous bodily harm, cutting and stab

bing, unlawfully wounding, assaulting Part II.—MISDEMEANORS.

peace officer in the execution of his Sect. 1. Offences against the Person.

duty, assault to prevent the lawful

apprehension, detainer, &c. xxxv. 1. Common assault, xxiv.

26. Assault on a person apprehending defen2. Common assault against two or more, xxv. dant for an offence under the 14 & 15 3. Assault and false imprisonment, with a Vict. c. 19, with a count for a common count for a common assault, xxy.

assault, xxxvi. 4. Riot and assault, with a count for a com- 27. Assault on a person aiding another in apmon assault, xxv.

prehending defendant for an offence 5. Assault occasioning actual bodily harm, under the 14 & 15 Vict. c. 19, xxxvii. xxvi.

28. Assault on a person apprehending defen6. Assault occasioning actual bodily harm, dant committing an indictable offence in

with a count for a common assault, the night, xxxix.
xxvii.

29. Assault on a person aiding another in ap7. Maliciously inflicting grevious bodily harm, prehension of defendant committing an xxvii.

indictable offence in the night, xl. 8. Maliciously inflicting grevious bodily harm, 30. Against a master or mistress for neglecting with a count for an assault, occasioning

to provide food for an apprentice or actual bodily harm, xxviii.

servant under the 14 & 15 Vict. c. 11, xl. 9. Maliciously cutting, xxviii.

31. Against & master or mistress for mali10. Assault with intent to steal from the per

ciously assaulting an apprentice or serson, with a count for a common assault, vant under the 14 & 15 Vict. c. 11, Xxix.

with counts for maliciously inflicting 11. Assault on a parish constable in the execu

bodily harm, and for a common assault, tion of his duty, with a count for a

xli. common assault, xxix.

32. Indecent assault, with a count for a com12. Assault on a police constable in the exe

mon assault, xlii. cution of his duty, xxx.

33. Indecent assault with intent to have an 13. Assault upon a revenue officer in the exe

improper connexion, xliii. cution of his duty, xxx.

34. Indecent assault by other means, xlii. 14. Assault on a special constable in the exe- 35. Assault with intent to commit a rape, xliii. cution of his duty, xxx.

36. Assault with intent to commit a rape, with 15. Assault on a local constable, xxxi.

& count for an indecent assault, xliv. 16. Assault upon a person acting in aid of a 37. Carnally knowing a child above ten and constable, xxxi.

under the age of twelve years, sliv. 17. Assault with intent to resist the lawful | 38. Carnally knowing a child above ten and

apprehension of the party assaulting, under the age of twelve, with a count xxxii.

for an indecent assault, xlv. 18. Assault with intent to prevent the lawful 39. Attempting to have carnal knowledge of a apprehension of a third party, xxxii.

girl under twelve years of age, xlv. 19. Assault with intent to prevent the lawful | 40. Attempting to have carnal knowledge of

apprehension of the defendant and a girl under twelve, with a count for an another, xxxii.

indecent assault, xlvi. 20. Assault by several with intent to prevent 41. Obtaining goods by means of false pre

the lawful apprehension of one of the tences, xlvi.
defendants, xxxiii.

42. Obtaining money by means of false pre21. Assault with intent to resist the lawful tences, xlvii.

detainer of the party assaulting, xxxiii. 43. Against more than one person for obtain22. Assault with intent to prevent the lawful ing goods by false pretences, xlviii.

detainer of a third party, xxxiv. | 44. Obtaining money and goods by means of 23. Assault with intent to prevent the lawful a flash note, xlix.

detainer of the defendant and another, 45. Obtaining money by means of a promisxxxiv.

sory note of a bank which has stopped 24. Assault by several with intent to prevent payment, xlix.

the lawful detainer of one of the defen- 46. Obtaining goods by cheque on a bank dants, xxxiv.

where defendant had no effects, l.

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No. 47. Obtaining money by false statement of 74. Conspiracy to obtain money by false preauthority to receive debts, li.

tences, with a count for obtaining 48. Obtaining money by pretence of a pay money by false pretences, lxv. ment to a third person, li.

75. Being found by night armed, with intent 49. Obtaining money by false pretences as to

to break into a house and commit a the name and circumstances of the de felony therein, lxvi. fendant, li.

76. Being found by night in possession of 50. Obtaining a post-office order by a begging implements of housebreaking, without

letter, purporting to be written on be lawful excuse, Ixvi.
half of a third person, lii.

77. Being found by night with a disguised 51. Obtaining money by personating another, face, with intent to commit felony, lxvii. liii.

78. Being found by night in a house, with 52. Obtaining money by false representations intent to commit a felony therein, lxvii.

as to the employment and condition of 79. Being found by night armed, with intent the defendant, liii.

to break into a house, after a previous 53. Obtaining a horse by false representations, conviction for one or other of the

offences mentioned in the four last pre54. Obtaining goods by falsely pretending

ceding forms, lxviii. that the defendant was a trader in sol- | 80. Breaking down the dam of a fishpond vent circumstances, liv.

with intent to destroy the fish, lxviii. 55. Obtaining money by false allegations of 81. Breaking down the dam of a fishpond, and delivery of goods, lv.

thereby causing the loss of fish, lxix. 56. Obtaining money by a false pretence as to 82. Putting lime into a fishpond, lxix.

the amount due for carriage of a parcel, 83. Breaking down the dam of a millpond, lxx. lv.

84. Destroying a turnpike gate, lxx. 57. Obtaining money by rendering a false ac- 85. Destroying anything kept for the purpose

count of work done by a third party, of art in a museum, Ixx.
lvi.

86. Destroying painted glass in a church, lxxi. 58. Obtaining a cheque by means of false pre-87. Damaging a public statue, lxxi. tences, lvii.

88. Riot and tumult, lxxii. 59. Obtaining a bill of exchange by means of 89. Riot and pulling down fences, lxxii. false pretences, lvii.

| 90. Riot, and entering a close and taking 60. Obtaining money by falsely pretending cattle, lxxiii.

that a member of a friendly society was 91. Forcible entry and detainer, lxxiii.
indebted to the society, lviii.

92. Forcible entry at common law, lxxiv. 61. Falsely pretending that the rules of a 93. Against a parish for non-repair of a highfriendly society had been duly certified,

way, lxxiv. lviii.

94. Against an individual for not repairing a 62. Obtaining money by means of a false horse and footway, commonly called a warranty of the weight of goods, lix.

pack and prime way, lxxv. 63. Obtaining money by a false warranty of 95. Nuisance in diverting a watercourse, lxxv. goods, lx.

96. Nuisance by rendering water unfit to 64. Falsely pretending that goods were of a drink, lxxvi. particular quality, lx.

97. Nuisance by deleterious smoke and 65. Attempting to obtain money by means of vapours, lxxvi. false pretences, lxi.

98. Nuisance by carrying on a trade offensive 66. Selling by false scales, lxi.

to the smell, lxxvii. 67. Selling by false weights, lxii.

99. Common nuisance in exposing a glandered 68. Selling by false measures, lxii.

horse in a public way, lxxvii. 69. General count for conspiracy to defraud of 100. For keeping a disorderly house, lxxviii. money, Ixiii.

101. Procuring the defilement of a girl under 70. General count for conspiracy to defraud of twenty-one years of age, lxxviii. goods, Ixiii.

| 102. Conspiracy to procure the defilement of a 71. General count for conspiracy to cheat girl, lxxix.

tradesmen generally of their goods, 103. Uttering counterfeit coin, lxxix.
lxiii.

104. Uttering and having other base coin in 72. Conspiracy to obtain goods by false re

possession, lxxix. presentations as to property, Ixiv. 105. Uttering twice within ten days, lxxx. 73. Conspiracy to cheat and defraud of goods, 106. Having base coin with intent to utter, setting out overt acts, lxiv.

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Forms of Indictments for Offences Triable at the Assizes only, adapted to the

Provisions of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 14 & 15 Vict. cap. 100, and alphabetically arranged By HENRY T. J. MACNAMARA, Esq., of , Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.

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ABDUCTION No.

| 5. For setting fire to a railway station, &c. 1. Of a woman, on account of her fortune under the first clause of 14 & 15 Vict. (9 Geo. 4, c. 31, 8. 19), xcvii.

c. 19, s. 8, civ. 2. Ofi a girl under sixteen years of age 6. For setting fire to a coal mine (7 Will. 4 (9 Geo. 4, c. 31, 8. 20), xcviii.

& 1 Vict. c. 89, s. 9), civ. 3. Indictment for stealing children under the 7. For setting fire to a ship (7 Will. 4 & age of ten years (9 Geo. 4, c. 31, s. 21),

i Vict. c. 89, s. 6), cv. xcviii.

8. For setting fire to a ship with intent to

prejudice the owner or underwriter

17 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 89, s. 6), cv. 9. For setting fire to ships of war, &c. cv.

10. For setting fire to a ship, with intent to ABORTION.

murder (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 89, s. 4), 1. For administering poison to procure mis- ..

cvi. carriage (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 85, s. 6),

1.6). 11. For setting fire to stacks of corn, &c.

". xcix.

(7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 89, s. 10), cvi. 2. For using instruments to procure miscar- | 12. For setting fire to farm produce, &c. in riage (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 85, s. 6), c.

farm buildings (7 & 8 Vict. c. 62, s. 2), 13. For setting fire to crops (7 & 8 Geo. 4,

c. 30, s. 17), cvii. ACCESSARY. 1. Principal in the second degree, c.

ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT OFFENCES. 2. Accessary before the fact, ci.

1. For attempting to set fire to buildings, &c. 3. Accessary after the fact, ci.

(9 & 10 Vict. c. 25, s. 7), cvii. 2. For attempting to drown with intent to

murder (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 85, s. 3),

cviii. ALLEGIANCE.

3. For attempting to shoot with intent to 1. Endeavouring to seduce a soldier from bis

murder (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 85, s. 3),

cviji. allegiance, under 37 Geo. 3, c. 70, 8.1, | 4. For attempting to poison with intent to cii.

murder (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 85, s. 3), cix.

cvii.

ARSON. 1. For setting fire to a house, with intent to

injure any person (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict.

c. 89, s. 3), cii. 2. For setting fire to a church or chapel

(7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 89, s. 3), ciii. 3. For setting fire to a house, some person

being therein (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 89,

8. 2), ciii. 4. For setting fire to a gaol (see Reg. v.

Connor, 2 Cox C. C. 65), civ.

BANKRUPTCY, OFFENCES AGAINST

THE LAW OF. 1. Against a bankrupt for einbezzling a part

of his estate to the value of ten pounds

(12 & 13 Vict. c. 106, s. 251), cix. 2. Against a bankrupt for not surrendering

(12 & 13 Vict. c. 106, s. 251), cx. 3. Against a bankrupt for not submitting to

be examined (12 & 13 Vict. c. 106, s. 251), cxi.

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Indictment for (9 Geo. 4, c. 31, s. 22), cxiii.

BIRTH OF A CHILD.

1. For burglary and larceny, cxvi. 2. For burglary by breaking out of a house

(7 & 8 Geo. 4, c. 29, s. 11), cxvi. 3. For burglary in the workhouse of a poor

Jaw union, cxvi. 4. For burglary and assaulting with intent to

murder (7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 86,

8. 2), cxvii. 5. For burglary and stabbing, &c. (7 Will. 4

& 1 Vict. c. 86, s. 2), cxvii.

Indictment for endeavouring to conceal (9 Geo.

4, c. 31, s. 14), cxii.

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