Summary of the Law Relative to Pleading and Evidence in Criminal Cases: With Precedents of Indictments, &c. and the Evidence Necessary to Support Them

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Page 118 - ... a certificate containing the substance and effect only (omitting the formal part) of the indictment and conviction for such offence, purporting to be signed by the clerk of the Court, or other officer...
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