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ACCESSORY,

act relating to, 8-16
before the fact may be dealt with in all respects as a prin-

cipal, 8
observations on this provision, 8, 9, 10
or may be indicted as an accessory or as a substantive felon, 11
after the fact may be indicted as such or as a substantive

felon, 11
punishment of, 11
accessories may be prosecuted after the principal has been

convicted but not attainted, 12
separate accessories may be tried together in absence of the

principal, 12
where a felony is wholly committed in England or Ireland any

accessory to it may be tried in any place where he became

accessory, or where the principal may be tried, 13
in every other case he may be tried where he is apprehended

or in custody, 13
observations on this provision, 14
accessories within the jurisdiction of the admiralty guilty of

felony, 15
form of indictment in such cases, 15
in murder and other offences against the person, punishment

of, 61
in offences against the Larceny Act, 141

Malicious Injuries Act, 203
Coin Act, 286

Forgery Act, 258
ACCOUNTABLE RECEIPT,

forging, &c., 233
ACCOUNTANT-GENERAL,

forging signature of, 242
ACCUSING,

of crimes with intent to extort property, 103

letter accusing of crimes, 102
ACKNOWLEDGING,

recognisance, bail, cognovit, judgment, deed, or other instru-

ment in the name of another without authority, 243
ACQUITTANCE FOR MONEY, &c.,

forging, &c., 233

exchequer stealing, &c., 70, 89
ACTION,
proceedings in, for anything done under Larceny Act, 153

Malicious Injuries Act, 211
Coin Act, 284

ADMINISTERING, &c.,
poison, &c., with inten'; to murder, 25-

with intent to procure abortion, 55
so as to endanger life or inflict bodily harm, 33

with intent to injure or aggrieve, 34
in what cases the jury may convict of the last-mentioned

offence, 34
attempting to administer poison, &c., with intent to

murder, 27
administering, &c., chloroform, laudanum, &c, with intent to

commit any offence, 33
ADMIRALTY,

offences against these Acts committed within the jurisdiction

of, are of the same nature and liable to the same punish-
ment as if committed in England or Ireland, 61
such offences may be tried where the offender is apprehended

or in custody, 61
form of indictment for such offences, 61
observations on these provisions, 61
in the Offences against the Person Act, 6i

Larceny Act, 155
Malicious Injuries Act, 212

Coin Act, 286
AFFIDAVIT,

what it includes, 2
AGENT,

embezzling money, &c., intrusted to him with a written direc-
tion, 124

or goods, &c., power of attorney to transfer stock, &c.,

intrusted to him for safe custody, &c., 124
fraudulently selling, &c., property intrusted to him for safe

custody, 127
obtaining advances on the property of his principal without

authority, &c., 128
AIDERS. See ABETTORS.
AIRWAY,

of mine, obstructing, 180
ANIMALS, DOMESTIC,

larceny of, 84

maliciously killing, 192
“ANY,

how used in the Acts, 2
“ ANY OTHER,”

how used in the Acts, 3
APPEARANCE,
how compelled in summary cases against the Larceny Act, 147

APPEARANCE-continued.

Malicious Injuries Act, 206
APPREHENSION,

without warrant of persons at night suspected of felony,
60, 147, 204

found committing offences against the Larceny Act,
145

Malicious Injuries Act, 205
uttering base coin, 283
offering to sell, &c., property suspected to have been

stolen, &c., 145
.. with a warrant, how warrant is to be obtained, 145, 206
APPEAL,
against summary convictions under Larceny Act, 150

under Malicious Injuries Act, 209
in what cases, on what terms, as to notice, &c., and proceed-

ings thereon, 150, 209
APPRENTICE,

neglecting to provide necessary food for, 34
maliciously causing bodily harm whereby life or health is

endangered, 34
AQUEDUCT,

injuring, 184
ARMS,

loaded, what are to be deemed to be, 31
ARREST. See APPREHENSION.

of clergyman or other minister engaged in or about to engage
in the performance of his duties, 41

or going to perform or returning from the performance

thereof, 41
ARSON,

setting fire to church, chapel, meeting house, or other place of
divine worship, 161

dwelling-house, any person being therein, 162
house, stable, coach-house, out-house, warehouse,

office, shop, mill, malt-house, barn, storehouse,
granary, hovel, shed, fold, farm building, building
or erection used in farming land, or carrying on any

trade or manufacture, 162
station or other building belonging to any railway,

port, dock, harbour, canal, or navigation, 163
building belonging to the Queen, or to any county,

&c., or place, or to any university, &c., inn of
court, or dedicated to public use, or maintained by

public subscription, 163
any other building, 164

ARSON-continued.

goods in any building, 165
crop of hay, grass, corn, grain, pulse, &c., 172
wood, coppice, or plantation of trees, 172
heath, gorse, furze, or fern, 172
stack of corn, grain, pulse, tares, hay, straw, haulm,

stubble, &c., furze, gorse, heath, fern, turf, peat,
coals, charcoal, wood or bark, or steer of wood or

bark, 172
mine of coal, cannel coal, or anthracite, 179
ship or vessel, 193

with intent to prejudice owner or underwriter, 194
attempting to set fire to buildings, 166

crops of corn, &c., 174
stacks or steers, &c., 174
mines, 179

ships, 194
AᎡT,

works of, destroying or damaging, 188
ASSAULTS,

common, summary conviction of, 45
commitment to hard labour for non-payment of fine, observa-

tions on. See PREFACE.
aggravated, on females and children under fourteen years of

age, 46
certificate of dismissal, &c., 47
such certificate or conviction a bar to other proceedings, 48
summary provisions not to apply to attempts to commit felony,

&c., &c., 48
on clergymen and other ministers, 41
on magistrates preserving wreck, 42
with intent to commit felony, 43

resist apprehension or detainer, 43
on peace officers or their assistants, 43
with intent to obstruct the sale or passage of grain, flour,

&c., 43
on seamen, keelmen, or casters, 44
in pursuance of any conspiracy to raise the rate of wages, or

respecting any trade or manufacture, 44
punishment on conviction on an indictment of common
assault, 49

assault occasioning actual bodily harm, 49
costs may be ordered to be paid by defendant on conviction

on indictment of any assault, 65
costs may be levied by distress, 66
with intent to rob, 100

ATTEMPT,
to murder by poison, 25

by wounding or causing grievous bodily harm, 25
by destroying buildings with gunpowder, 26
by setting fire to or casting away ships, 26

to administer poison, 27
to shoot or discharge loaded arms at, 27
to drown, suffocate, or strangle, 27

by any other means, 28
to maim, disfigure, or disable, or to do grievous bodily harm,

31
to choke, &c., with intent to commit an offence, 32
to administer chloroform, &c., with intent to commit an offence,

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to abuse girls under twelve years of age, 50
to procure abortion, 55
to commit abominable crime, 58
to take or destroy fish, 86
to set fire to building, 166
to destroy buildings with gunpowder, 167
to set fire to crops of corn, &c., and stacks and steers, 174
to set fire to mines, 179
to injure telegraphs, 188

to set fire to ships, 194
ATTORNEY,

embezzling money or securities intrusted to him with a
written direction, 124

or goods, &c., or power of attorney intrusted to him

for safe custody, 124
fraudulently selling property intrusted to him for safe custody,
127

B.
BAIL,

acknowledging in name of another without authority, 243
BAILEE,

when guilty of larceny, 72
may be convicted on indictment for larceny, 72

observations on the clause, 73
BANKS OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND,

embezzlement by officers and servants of, 123
forging transfer of stock at, or power of attorney to transfer

stock, 216
personating the owner of stock, 217
forging attestation of power of attorney to transfer stock,

218
making false entries in the books of, 219

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