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Mather's case. Forgery. 7 G. 2, c. 22, s. 1, not
repealed by 45 G. 3, c. 89, s. 1.
Messingham's case. Joint receivers. Evidence.
Metcalf's case. Stealing a cheque.
Indictment. Statement of offence.
MKeay's case. Forgery. Bank of Scotland.
MNamee's case. Larceny. Drover selling his employ
Minter Hart's case. Forgery.
Mosley's case. Murder. Dying declarations.
Mountford's case. Attempt to discharge loaded arms.
Mucklow's case. Larceny. Finding.
Murray's case. Embezzlement by clerk.
Napper's case. Time and place, where material.
Parkins's case. County, altering verdict.
Payness's case. Maliciously shooting gamekeeper.
Contra formam statute, &c.
Ship registry. Malice.
Prowes's case. Larceny. Committed abroad.
Savage's case. Arson. Challenge to the panel.
Senior's case. Manslaughter. Killing a child.
Simmonds's case. Horsestealing.
Smith's case. Housebreaking. Breaking.
Murder of a child.
Feloniously cutting off stamp.
Evidence. Wife of prisoner.
Smith's case. Larceny. Agistment.
Stallion's case. Setting fire to an outhouse.
Szudurskie's case. Forgery. Bill of exchange.
Thompson's case. What a taking from the person.
Constable. Illegal arrest.
Thorley's case. Embezzlement by servants.
Tolfee's case. Larceny of husband's goods by wife.
Uttering coins. Third offence,
Evidence. Principal and accessary. 347
statute. When necessary.
Tyler's case. Threatening letter.
Upchurch's case. Confession.
Vyse's case. Promissory note. Larceny of stamps and
Walsh's case. Larceny. Asportation.
Walter's case. Burglary. Dwelling-house.
Warner's case. Cutting and stabbing. Provocation.
Warshaner's case. Forgery.
Water's case. Child-murder, name.
Waully's case. Bigamy. Marriage acts.
Obtaining money, what.
Indictment for stealing copper ore.
Whitney's case. Black act. Maiming cattle.
Williams's case. Sheepstealing. Asportation, what.
Wife stealing husband's money. Friendly
Withers's case. Wounding under 9 G. 4, c. 31, s. 12.
Arson. Indictment. Misnomer.
Murder. Killing an officer in the act of arresting for felony without warrant. Worker's case. Poaching. Evidence.
Yates's case. what.
CROWN CASES RESERVED,
&c. &c. &c.
REX v. JOHN HEALEY.
Indictment on 3 & 4 W. & M. c. 9, s. 5. Semb. It is not necessary to state by whom the lodging was let. It is no objection to state that it was let by the owner's wife, for the statement may be either according to the fact, or the legal operation. Semb. That a mistake as to the person by whom let may be rejected as surplusage.
THE prisoner was tried before Mr. JUSTICE HOLROYD, at the winter assizes at Maidstone, in the year 1823, on an indictment on the statute 3 & 4 W. & M. c. 9, (a) for stealing on the 1st of November, 1823, one bed and
(a) The 3 & 4 W. & M. c. 9, s. 5, after reciting that it is a frequent practice for idle and disorderly persons to hire lodgings with an intent to have an opportunity to take away, imbezil, or purloin the goods and furniture being in such lodgings, enacts, That if any person shall take away with an intent to steal, imbezil, or purloin any chattel, bedding, or furniture, which by contract or agreement he is to use, or shall be let to him to use, in or with such lodging, such taking, imbezzling, or purloining, shall be to all intents and purposes taken, reputed and adjudged to be larceny and felony, and the offender shall suffer as in case of felony.