Precedents of Indictments and Pleas, Adapted to the Use Both of the Courts of the United States and Those of All the Several States: Together with Notes on Criminal Pleading and Practice, Embracing the English and American Authorities Generally

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404 Attempt to commit arson Setting fire to a store under Ohio statute 405 Burning a stack of hay under Ohio statute 406 Burning a meetinghouse u...
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CHAPTER IV
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Rev sts of Mass ch 125 17
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CHAPTER V
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420 Larceny in an American ship at the Bahama Islands
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427 Same in Michigan 428 Bank note in North Carolina 429 Bank note in Pennsylvania 430 Bank note in Connecticut 431 Bank note in Tennessee 4...
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421 Second count Receiving
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CHAPTER VI
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EMBEZZLEMENT 460 Against officer of the United States Mint for embezzling money intrusted to him 461 Against same person for same chargin...
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463 Second count larceny
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CHAPTER VIII
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477 Killing a steer at common law 478 Altering the mark of a sheep under the North Carolina statute 479 Second count Defacing mark 480 Entering...
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CHAPTER IX
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498 Breaking and entering a close and cutting down a tree under the Pennsylvania
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CHAPTER X
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506 Under 11 Geo IV and 1 Wm IV c 66 s 11
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SECRETING GOODS
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509 Third count Same not specifying property 510 Fourth connt Averring intent to defraud persons unknown 511 Fifth count Same not specifying g...
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514 Second count Same with intent to defraud another person 515 Third count Secreting assigning o with intent to defraud two
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517 Fifth count Same in another shape
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FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY IN PENNSYLVANIA 519 General form 520 Averring collusion with another person 521 Same but averring collusi...
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524 Second count Applying to his own use trust money
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VIOLATION OF FACTOR LAW 525 Pledging goods consigned and applying the proceeds to defendants use under the Pennsylvania statute 526 Sec...
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OBTAINING GOODS BY FALSE PRETENCES 528 General frame of indictment 529 Form used in Massachusetts 530 Same in New York 531 Prete...
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533 Pretence that defendant was M H who had cured Mrs C at the Oxford Infirmary whereby he induced the prosecutor to buy a bottle of oint ment ...
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535 Another form for same coupled with a production to the society of a false certificate of burial 536 First count Pretence that a broken banknote w...
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540 Obtaining goods by cheque on a bank where the defendant had no effects 541 Pretence that defendant was the agent of A B and as such had be...
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572 Obtaining acceptances on drafts by pretence that certain goods had been
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574 Receiving goods obtained by false pretences under the English statute
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604 Endeavoring to suborn a person to give evidence on the trial of
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586 False swearing in answering interrogatories on a rule to show cause
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589 In false swearing by a person offering to vote as to his qualifications
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593 Perjury before a grand jury
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599 Subornation of perjury in an action of trespass
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CHAPTER II
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635 Conspiracy to publish fraudulent banknotes with intent to cheat
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662 Conspiracy to charge a man with an unnatural crime and thereby to obtain money 663 Conspiracy to extort money generally by criminal prosec...
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464 General form of indictment in New York
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643 Conspiracy to defraud a Railway Company by travelling without a ticket
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648 Conspiracy to obtain goods upon credit and then to abscond and defraud
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657 Conspiracy by workmen c in the employ of A and B to prevent their
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660 Conspiracy to charge a man with receiving stolen goods knowing them
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CHAPTER III
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757 Keeping shop open or trafficking on the Sabbath on Charleston Neck 758 Doing business on Sunday against the Massachusetts statute UNWHO...
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SCANDALOUS EXHIBITIONS AND INDECENT EXPOSURE 765 Exhibiting scandalous and libellous effigies and thereby collecting a crowd c Fir...
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a nuisance
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675 Erecting a gate across a public highway
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676 Erecting and continuing a house part of which was on the highway 677 Obstructing a common highway by placing in it drays
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678 Same with filth
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679 Letting off fireworks in the public street 680 Keeping a pond of stagnant water in a city 681 Placing a quantity of foul liquor called returns in th...
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683 Letting wagons stand in a public street so as to incommode passengers 684 Placing casks in the highway 685 Leaving open an area on foot pave...
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686 Laying dirt in a footway 687 Keeping a ferocious dog 688 Profane swearing in a public street
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690 Blocking up the great square of a townhouse in Pennsylvania
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691 Erecting a wooden building on public square of a village in Vermont 692 Throwing dirt upon a public
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693 Stopping an ancient watercourse whereby the water overflowed the adjoining lighway and damaged the same 694 Diverting a watercourse runni...
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711 Keeping hogs in a city First count placing hogs in a certain mes suage c and feeding them so as to generate a stench
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713 Third count after averring defendant to be the owner of a large building c charges him with introducing into it great numbers of hogs
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715 Keeping a distillery near public streets 716 Exposing a child infected with smallpox in the public streets
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717 Against a parent for not giving his deceased child a Christian burial
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718 Bringing a horse infected with the glanders into a public place
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719 Against owner of land for erecting offensive buildings
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720 Keeping a privy in a street 721 Keeping a privy near an adjoining house DISORDERLY AND GAMING HOUSES
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722 Disorderly house c Form used in New York 723 Second count Gaming houses
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725 Keeping a common bawdy house in Massachusetts 726 Against keeper of house of illfame Rev stat Mass ch 130 s 8 st 1849 ch 84
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729 Disorderly house Form used in Philadelphia 730 Second count Tippling house 731 Another form for same
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732 Disorderly house under Vermont Rev stat s 9 c 99
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796 Selling liquor c under Massachusetts Rev stat c 47 1
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CHAPTER IV
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857 Disturbing the peace c on land occupied by the United States for an arsenal DISTURBANCE OF ELECTIONS 858 Disturbance of elections in ...
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886 Refusal to aid a constable in the service of a cupias ad respondendum issued by a justice of the peace 887 Assault with intention to obstruct the a...
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CHAPTER V
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923 Against a constable for a negligent escape
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PRISONER FOR ESCAPE 924 Against a prisoner for escape out of custody of constable OFFICERS OF VESSELS 925 Inflicting cruel and unusual p...
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634 Conspiracy to impose on the public by the manufacture of spurious
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CHAPTER VII
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963 Uttering blasphemous language as to God 964 Same under Rev stat Mass ch 130 s 15
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CHAPTER VIII
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CHAPTER IX
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986 Polygamy in Massachusetts 987 For polygamy by continuing to cohabit with a second wife in Mass Rev sts of Mass ch 130 2
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USURPATION FORESTALLING HOLDING ILLEGAL VENDUE MAIN
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common
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CHAPTER XII
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CHAPTER XIII
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1061 Making a revolt 1062 Endeavoring to make a revolt
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1063 Same setting out the endeavor to consist in a conspiracy
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1065 Setting out the endeavor to consist in an assemblage of the crew in a riotous manner
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1068 Rioting on board ship
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1069 Confining the master
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1073 Assaulting master and running away with goods
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733 Keeping a disorderly house and fighting cocks c at common
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734 Disorderly house Form used in South Carolina
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735 Letting house to woman of illfame at common
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736 Keeping a gaming house at common
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737 Second count Gaming room
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738 Keeping a common gaming house at common law Another form omit ting the averment in last of playing rouge et noir
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739 Same the game played being hazard
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740 Same and permitting persons unknown to play at E
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741 Gaming house Form in use in New York
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742 Against an innholder in Massachusetts for allowing ninepins c to be played on his premises
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CHAPTER XIV
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743 Against same for keeping gaming cocks under Rev stat c 47 s 9
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745 Against a person in same for keeping a gambling device called sweat cloth
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746 Second count Common gaming house
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747 Gambling under Pennsylvania act of 1847 First count keeping a room for gambling
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748 Second count exhibiting gambling apparatus
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749 Third count aiding persons unknown in keeping a gambling table
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750 Fourth count persuading T S to visit a gambling room
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465 Second count larceny
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798 Under Rev stat c 47 s 2
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751 Against a tavernkeeper for holding near his house a horserace under the Pennsylvania statute 752 Masquerade under Pennsylvania statute of 15t...
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Stran 398 - JBB, knight, justices as aforesaid, did depose and swear (amongst other things) in substance and to the effect following, that is to say...
Stran 505 - Studson, afterwards, to wit, on the same day and year aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid...
Stran 631 - Justices of our said Lady the Queen, assigned to keep the peace of our said Lady the Queen in and for the county aforesaid, and also to hear and determine divers felonies, trespasses and other misdemeanors...
Stran 33 - Columbia, laborer, not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil...
Stran 530 - George the fourth, and on divers other days and times between that day and the day of the taking of this inquisition...
Stran 221 - That he resides in the of ; that one at in , with intent to injure and defraud, feloniously did falsely make, forge and counterfeit, and cause and procure to be falsely made, forged and counterfeited, and willingly act and assist in the false making, forging and counterfeiting...
Stran 494 - ... agree with each other not to work in a shop in which ardent spirit was furnished, or not to work in a shop with any one who used it, or not to work for an employer, who should, after notice, employ a journeyman who habitually used it. The consequences might be the same. A workman, who should still persist in the use of ardent spirit, would find it more difficult to get employment ; a master employing such an one might, at times, experience inconvenience in his work, in losing the services of...
Stran 131 - And the jurors aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, do further present, that the said...
Stran 154 - When committed upon the high seas, or on any other waters within the admiralty and maritime jurisdiction of the United States and out of the jurisdiction of any particular State...
Stran 338 - ... divers large sums of money, amounting in the whole to a large sum of money, to wit, the sum of 50/.

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