A Treatise on the Functions and Duties of a Constable: Containing Details and Observations Interesting to the Public, as They Relate to the Corruption of Morals, and the Protection of the Peaceful Subject Against Penal and Criminal Offences

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W. Bulmer and Company, 1803 - 90 sider
 

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Side 48 - Action may plead the General Issue and give the special Matter in Evidence...
Side 37 - Horses, and so in proportion for a greater number ; and in no case shall a Man and his Horse be billeted at a greater distance from each other than One Hundred Yards, — and the Constables are hereby required to billet all Soldiers and their Horses on their March, in...
Side xi - Kent, have all such Powers, Authorities, Privileges and Advantages, as any Constable duly appointed now has or hereafter may have by virtue of any Law or Statute now made or hereafter to be made...
Side ix - III.8 reciting that many manslaughters, felonies, and robberies, had been done in times past, enacts, that if any person have an evil suspicion of such offenders, they shall be incontinently arrested by the constable, and shall be delivered to the bailiff of the franchise, or to the sheriff, to be kept in prison till the coming of the justices. The 34 Edw.
Side 7 - December, 1752, any house, room, garden, or other place kept for public dancing, music or other public entertainment of the like kind...
Side 24 - ... justice of the peace, to be dealt with according to law ; and if any such driver, in any of the cases aforesaid, shall refuse to discover his name, it shall and may be lawful for the...
Side xxv - But in all your presentments, you shall present the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, according to the best of your skill and knowledge. So help you God.
Side 54 - ... making also, if he shall appear to be in poor circumstances, a reasonable allowance for his trouble and loss of time, which order, the clerk of Assize, or clerk of the Peace, respectively, shall, forthwith, make out, and deliver to him, being paid for the same 1*. and no more, and the treasurer of the county, &c. on sight of the order, shall, forthwith, pay the same.
Side 38 - ... (except on a march, or employed in recruiting, and likewise except the recruits by them raised, for the space of seven days at most, for such non-commission officers and soldiers who are recruiting, and recruits by them raised) shall be desirous to furnish such non-commission officers or soldiers with candles, vinegar, and salt, and with small beer or cyder, not exceeding five pints, or half a pint of...
Side 9 - All idle persons who, not having visible means to maintain themselves, live without employment; all persons wandering abroad and lodging in taverns, groceries, beer-houses, out-houses, market-places, sheds or barns, or in the open air, and not giving a good account of themselves...

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