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Maim, shooting or cutting, &c. with intent to maim . 595, 596
Maintenance

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- 549
Malicious Injuries
.

• 550—555
Manslaughters committed within Palaces, Trial of - . 668
committed at Honduras, Trial of -

1216
Manufactories and Manufactures

567
breaking into

. ib.
burning, or Engines, &c. used therewith

- 570
demolishing, or beginning so to do

- 571
Compensation for Damages done to .. - 571, 572
receiving, buying, &c. Tools or Materials from Persons

employed in the Woollen Manufactures 573, 574. 576, 577
the like Offence as to Silk or other Manufactures - 579
Embezzlement by certain Artificers of Tools and
Materials entrusted to them .

- 573
Marine Forces (Royal) for regulating

- 995—1005
Marines, Officers of, may sit in Conjunction with Officers of Land
Forces

- 966
Marriages, solemnizing unlawfully -

. 595
Marshland, damaging the New Powdike in

- 563, 564
Mass, saying or hearing

- 784
Mayhem

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-

- 595
Mills, riotously demolishing, &c.

• 597, 598
---burning - .

. .

. 598
Damages for demolishing - .

- 599
Minerals, unlawfully taking from Mines

• 602
Mines, setting fire to

600
ar drowning

600, 601
damaging Works belonging to

601, 602
riotously committing such Acts

. 603
unlawfully taking Minerals from

. 602
- Damages to Parties injured

603, 604
in whom the Property stolen from, shall be laid to be 605
Miscarriage, administering Poison, &c. with Intent to procure 721
Misprision of Treason, Copy of Indictment, and Names, &c. of

Witnesses and Jury, shall be delivered to the Prisoner 1063, 4. 1069
committed within Palaces, Trial of

• 668
Moorings of Vessels in the River Thames, injuring

• 925
Mortlings shall not be illegally exported ..

. 1189
Murder committed within Palaces, &c., Trial of

• 668
committed on the Sea

- 701
committed at Honduras, Trial of

. 1216
- Appeal of, abolished

- 1216
Musters. See title Soldiers, passim.
Mute, standing mute shall amount to Conviction

. 606
Mutiny Acts (Annual)

951-1005

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Natural-born Subjects
Navigable Rivers, Venue in Indictments for Felony committed

• 1093, 1094
- Works, injuring, &c.
Navy, the Articles of

609-626
Naval Courts Martial

335526264632
- - Officers of, shooting at, maiming, or wounding : 1192
Negroes serving in the Forces
News, publishing false -

1634, 635
Night Walkers, Punishment of

I DEV
Northern Counties, Offences in

. 636–639
- Clergy taken from great and notorious Thieves in 639
Taking or giving Black Mail in -. 637

0978 99 25250.300
Nose, slitting

596
Nuisances

. . . 640
- near Cities and Towns - - - - 646
Nursery Ground, plucking Plants, Roots, or Shrubs growing
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Oath, false taking to procure Probate of Will to any Officer in

the Land Service or Soldier - - - 2007
Oaths,

- 647
- of Allegiance, Supremacy, and Abjuration -

ib.
- (Unlawful) administering or taking - - - 653
Officers of the Navy, Customs, or Excise, shooting at,
maiming, or wounding

1192
of the Land Forces, personating or forging Instruments
relating to -

1007
(public) frequenting any other than the established
Church Worship with Ensigns of Office

780
(public), Breaches of Trust by
Offices, Sale of

658
Orchards, robbing

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-

- 566
Outlawry, in Criminal Cases

667
in Wales -

1156—1159

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Palaces

668
Trial of Treasons, Misprision of Treason, Murders,
Manslaughters, and malicious Strikings, committed
in -

-
-

- 668-676
the Limits and Bounds of Palaces

675
Papists, relieved from certain Penalties and Disabilities 787-798
- excluded from the Succession to the Crown

1011
Pardon, what shall be specified in

- - 676

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. 677 - taking Money, &c. to vote, or to forbear roting for

Members of, - or to procure the Return of any Member - - 678 - entering into contract to give, &c. any Office in order to the Election of Members

• 679, 680 Peers, allowed their Clergy - -. - - 681 Trial of - .

- ib. committing Treason, &c. in Scotland - - 681, 682 Penal Statutes, Proceedings on - Penitentiary House, Commitment to

-- breaking out of, or escaping from -. 687, 688 Perjury, and Subornation thereof, Punishment of - 689–695

relating to Stamp Duties - - - 694

relating to the Revenues of Customs and Excise - - by Freeholders at Election of Knights of the Shire 694, 695 - under Quarantine Acts

- 695 - relating to the Regulations contained in the Mutiny Acts

- 986. 1003 - by Bankrupt ..

- 693 Permits, improperly delivering out Permits or false ones - 840 Personating Outpensioners of Greenwich Hospital - - 695 - Bail

695, 696 Petit Treason, Judgement against Women guilty of - - 1070 Petitions to the King -.

.' - 696, 697 Petty Larceny, Persons convicted of, competent Witnesses - 697 Pewter, receiving - - - - - 705 Pewter Pots, receiving

- - - - - ib. Pillory, the Punishment of, abolished, except in Perjury, &c. - 698 Piracy

- - - 698-719 Plants, Shrubs, and Roots, plucking up, &c. - 1182. 1184, 1185 Pleas of the Crown, no Sheriff shall hold

. 721 Poison, or other destructive Thing, administering with Intent to

murder or cause Miscarriage . . Polygamy - -

- 719, 720 Pope, extolling or maintaining his authority Popery, Conversion to Popish Books or Images, importing Bulls, putting in ure

Ecclesiastics, relieving - - - . - ib. Education, giving or receiving

- Recusants, their Disabilities, Restraints, and Forfeitures

- 786 Powdike in Marshland, damaging :

.. - 563, 564 Pretender, holding Correspondence with Prince Regent, for the Protection of the Person of : 1061 Printers, Regulations respecting

: 889, 890–893 -- to put their Name on all Papers, &c. printed by them 890, 891

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Prisoners, may be remanded by K. B.

722 Prisoners of War, aiding the Escape of - - 722, 723 Privileged Places, obstructing Service of Process in - 724—728 Privy Search for Rogues and Vagabonds . - - 1084 Process

729 - obstructing by Persons disguised

728 - Soldiers not liable to Civil Process, unless for a real Debt of £20 - -

979 of the Peace, how grantable

734 Prohibited Goods, Punishment of Persons being armed assisting in the Exportation of -

1191 Public Officers, Breaches of Trust by - - . 738 Public Stores, maliciously setting fire to or destroying - - 739 Public Subscriptions for Undertakings injurious to Trade or Commerce

640

Quarantine

- 740—756 Queen, the Royal Power and Prerogatives shall be as well in a Queen as a King

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- 1055 . R Racks, burning or destroying

- 567 . Rape

- 756 - on Infant under Ten Years of Age - - - 757

- committed at Honduras, Trial of - - - 1216 Receiving stolen Goods

. - 758–763 - Lead, Iron, Copper, Brass, Bell-metal, &c. or Solder, or any Pewter or Pewter Pot

- - 763 - Part of the Cargo of Vessels in the Thames - - 765 _ Jewels, Gold or Silver Plate, or Watches, stolen by

Burglary or Highway Robbery - - - 766

- Cables, Anchors, &c. unlawfully come by - - 927 Recognizances of Witnesses, no Fee shall be taken for discharging 767 Records - - - rasing or altering - - - - - ib. Recovery, suffering in the Name of another

- 695 Recusants (Popish), their Disabilities, Restraints, and Forfeitures 786 Regent, for the Protection of - .- - - 1061 . Religion

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- 768-798 Rescuing Offenders ordered to be transported - - 1021

- ordered to hard Labour on the Thames, &c. - 1035 Revenue - - - - - - 798

- Regulations for protecting Officers of, and preventing
Smuggling

- - 798—833 - Punishment of Persons being armed obstructing the Execution of the Laws of Revenue

1191, 1192 Rewards abolished in certain Cases

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854 Twelve Persons or miore riotously reinaining together

after Proclamation read to disperse, ousted of Clergy 860 Rivers - - - .

- - 865 - destroying or damaging Banks of . . 865, 866 - Felons may be kept to hard labour on

- 1028 Robbery committed on the Sea . . . . . . 701

committed at Honduras, Trial of - jo 1216 Rogues and Vagabonds, what Persons shall be deemed so 1079_1081 - privy Search for

- 1084 Punishment of such as are incorrigible

. 1085 - - Persons keeping unlicensed Lottery Office declared to

be Rogues and Vagabonds - : - 1086, 1087 Roots, Shrubs, and Plants, plucking up, &c. . 1182. 1184, 1185 Rope Yards, burning, &c.

. - - 923 Royal Family -

- 867 Marriage of

. - ib. - Punishment of Persons onlawfully assisting therein - 868 Royal Marine Forces, for regulating while on Shore • 994—1005

S. Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, reviling

• 770 - not attending

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774 Schoolmasters non-conformning Sea Banks, destroying or damaging

868 Seamen

- . 876 Preventing Frauds in Payment of their Wages and Prize Money

- 869—876 Personating, &c.

870, 871, 872, 873 for repressing Disturbances by, in Dock Yards, and op Pay Days

- 632_636 and Keelmen, &c. riotously preventing the loading of Vessels -

• 928 or setting fire to or burning any l'essel - - 930 Sedition

i Sedie Soristicholished

. . . 879 all Societies and Clubs electing Committees, Delegates, or Representatives, declared unlawful

904, 905 and Meetings, Regulations for preventing and

punishing - - 884-888, 902, 903 Settlements of Officers and Soldiers

- 973 Severn River, for preventing the conveying across of Felons or stolen Goods

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· 914. 1159 Sheriff's Officers, how long they shall be in Office . . 920 Sheriff's Tourn

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