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the night, he may be transported for life, or for not less than seven years, or imprisoned with or without hard labour for not

exceeding seven years." 937. In line 7, from top, instead of “ 56,” read 46." 941. in line 22, from top, instead of “altered by," read and." 947. in line 7, from top, add—“But an indictment for embezzling £10. 8s.

generally, is not sufficient where the defendant had never at one time more than 2s. Id. in her possession belonging to the prosecutor, though defendant had received in the aggregate the

whole sum of £10. 8s. 1 Dow. & Ry. C. N. P. 22." 949 a. in line 15, from top, instead of “ i Geo. 1,read i Geo. 4." 975 a. in note (a), in line 5, from top, instead of “ante, 975," read“ ante, 933,

934." 988, in note instead of " post, 1130," read 1094.” 1030, as to forgery of marriage licence, &c. instead of the offence being “ punish

able with death,” read “ It is by the 4 Geo. 4. c. 76, punishable with transportation for life;"—and instead of reading “ By the 52 Geo. 3. c. 146, &c.” read “ by the same act (viz. the 4 Geo. 4.) making, &c. is punishable with transportation for

life.” 1031. in line 13, from bottom, read “ Forging quarantine orders of council,

is a capital felony." 1087. ILL-TREATMENT OF CATTLE. By the 3 Geo. 4. c. 71. to prevent the

cruel and improper treatment of cattle, persons wantonly and cruelly beating, abusing, or ill-treating any horse, mare, gelding, mule, ass, ox, cow, heifer, steer, sheep, or other cattle, may be convicted in a penalty not exceeding £5, nor less than

40s, the complaint being made within ten days after the offence. 1100 a. add—“ li is no offence within the 1 Geo. 4. c. 56, wilfully and ma

liciously to carry away'a post or pale, unless the party charged has wilfully or maliciously committed the damage, injury, or spoil alleged. Therefore, where a defendant charged with cutting, spoiling, and taking and carrying away a post, out of a fence, was committed for wilfully and maliciously carrying away the same only, it was held, that the commitinent was bad, and the defendant entitled to be discharged. 1 D. & R. 222. It was also there held, that justices under the same statute may award satisfaction for a malicious injury to the amount of £5, but in each case the extent of the injury is to be ascertained by the justice, and compensation awarded only in proportion to the

injury proved." 1108. in line 8, from bottom, add-“See 4 Campb. 220. 1 Stark. 48.” 1134. to pote (a) read the cases in Russ. & Ry. C. C. 515. 502. 1136 b. see further, as to the writ of restitution, 2 Chit. Rep. 314.



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