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Kilty's English Statutes, 1811
Volume 143, Page 264   View pdf image
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264                                                       AND ARE PROPER TO BE INCORPORATED.
    CHAP. 17.  Process of exigent shall be awarded
in debt detinue and replevin.  (Part.)

28 Edw. 3.--1354.

    CHAP. 3.  No person shall be condemned without
his answer.

34 Edw. 3.--1360.

    CHAP. 1.  What sort of persons shall be justices 
of the peace, and what authority they shall
have.  (Part.)

36 Edw. 3.--1362.

    CHAP. 15.  Pleas shall be pleaded in the English
tongue, and enrolled in Latin.  (Part.)

50 Edw. 3.--1376.

    CHAP. 5.  None shall arrest priests or clerks
doing divine service.
    CHAP. 6.  Frauds.

1 Rich 2.--1377.

    CHAP. 12.  A prisoner by judgment shall not
be let at large.
    CHAP. 15.  The penalty for arresting priests
during divine service.

5 Rich. 2, St. 1.--1381.

    CHAP. 8.  The penalty where any doth enter
into lands, where it is not lawful, or with force.

7 Rich. 2.--1383.

    CHAP. 6.  The statute of Winchester confirmed,
and every sheriff shall proclaim it.  (Part.)

9 Rich 2.--1385.

    CHAP. 3.  A writ of error or attaint, maintainable
by him in the reversion.  (Part.)

13 Rich, St. 1.--1389.

    CHAP. 9.  There shall be but one weight and 
one measure throughout the realm, saving in the
county of Lancaster.--The weight of wool, and
the refuse thereof.  (First part.)

15 Rich. 2.--1391.

    CHAP. 2.  The duty of justices of peace, when
any forcible entry is made into lands.

    CHAP. 3.  In what places the admiral's jurisdiction
doth lie.

17 Rich 2.--1393.

    CHAP. 6.  Upon an untrue suggestion in the
chancery, damages may be awarded.
    CHAP. 8.  The sheriff, and all other the king's
officers shall suppress rioters and imprison them;
and all others offending against the peace.

2 Hen. 4.--1400.

    CHAP. 7.  In what case the plaintiff shall not be
nonsuit if the verdict pass against him.

4 Hen. 4.--1402.

    CHAP. 5.  Every sheriff shall in person continue
in his bailwich, and shall not let it.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 18.  The punishment of an attorney
found in default.  (Part.)

5 Hen. 4.--1403.

    CHAP. 10.  Justices of peace shall imprison
none but in the common gaol.  (Part.)

11 Hen. 4.--1409.

    CHAP. 3.  Records shall not be amended or impaired
after judgment enrolled.

13 Hen. 4.--1411.

    CHAP. 7.  The justices of the peace and the
sheriff, shall arrest those which commit any riots.

1 Hen. 5.--1413.

    CHAP. 5.  For which original writs, addition of
the defendants names shall be put.

2 Hen. 5, St. 1.--1414.

    CHAP. 2.  A corpus cum causa or certiorari to
remove him who is in execution at another man's
suit.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 8.  Commission shall be awarded to enquire
of a riot, and of the justice's default therein.

9 Hen. 5, St. 1.--1421.

    CHAP. 4.  The justices may amend defaults in
records or process after judgment given.

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