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TENDER. See Ball, TRESPASS.
commencement of Trinity and Michaelmas terms alter
ed, II. 182, 3, 5
See RETURN Day. TEST ACT. (25 Car. 2. c. 2.) See OFFICERS. THANKSGIVINGS. See ANNIVERSABIES. THATCHING. See LARCENY, TREES. THEFT. See LARCENY. THEFTBOTE. See REWARDS. THIEVES. See HOMICIDE, HUE AND CRY, LARCENY, RE.
WARD. THREATENING LETTERS OR ADVERTISEMENTS,
to prevent landlords, &c. from setting their lands, or rec.
tors, &c. from setting their tithes, felonious acts of combination, II. 623 sending letters threatening to kill any subjects, or to burn
their houses, &c. though no money demanded, a capi
tal felony also, II. 628, 9 sending, &c. letters threatening to accuse any person of
any crime punishable with death, or infamous punishment, with intent to extort money, how punished, II.
1004, 5 THREATS,
persons demanding money by menaces, &c. with intent to
rob, liable to be transported for seven years, JI.
barren heath or waste ground exempt from tithe of hay
or corn, (and hemp, fax, or rape in Ireland) for seven
years after being improved, I. 434, 5 in Ireland barren heath and waste ground exempt from
all tithe for seven years after being improved : but no-
obtained, 1.435, 6. II. 94.
right of tithe of corn mills declared ; and to other per-
sonal tithes, except from common labourers, I. 437, 8
tom of parish, &c,: jurisdiction of ecclesiastical judge
aided by privy council, or justices of peace, II. 73
such suits, II. 74
viewing or carrying them away, punishable with double
damages and costs, II. 75
rish not known, to whom paid, 11. 75
courts, II. 76
consultation awarded, and double damages and costs
given, if suggestion not proved, Il. 76-7
setting out tithes before removing corn, &c. : person re-
field, &c. II. 177-8
of title of incumbent or impropriator sufficient : title
rified upon oath, II. 78
al tithes; petition to be previously lodged and served :
proceeding thereon, II. 78-9. 80-1. 65
land, or £50 in Ireland) recovered in a summary way
may issue the summons, II. 81. Ad. II. 228
marily before 2 justices of peace : one justice'' may is-
II. 82. 3, 4. Ad. II. 229
instituted in equity or ecclesiastical court, shall be
brought within 6 years, Ad. II. 229
shall have remedy in temporal courts by ejectment, &c.
ejectment may be brought for non-payment of rent re.
served on leases of tithes, &c. II. 143
void, I. 531
thereto, void, I. 531
See COMBINAȚION, PROHIBITION.
181 to 190
Ad. II. 200 to 207
to 46. Ad. II. 190 to 196
Ad. II. 196 to 199
614. Ad. I. 48. Ad, II. 207 to 212
Ad. II. 212-3.4
to forfeited estates confirmed, I. 177 to 187. Ad. I. 151
no tokens of copper or mixed metal shall be made or is.
sued after June 27, 1817, nor circulate after 1st Jan-
tended, Ad. II. 348 to 353
See Bank OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND.
persons taking outrageous tolls how punished, II. 613
but within cities, &c. where merchandizes be bought
or sold, or brought to be sold, Ad. I. 96
arises, II. 215
action against toll-gatherer, unless authority of toll-ga.
therer disclaimed by chief magistrate, Ad. I. 96
kets, &c. : penalty for levying tolls if boards not erect-
or levying unlawful, Ad. II. 371-2-3
powers of grand juries in repect to, I. 277. Ad. II. 84
TOURN. See Court LEET.
several offences against, II. 671 to 737. Ad. I. 113 to 116.
Ad. II. 422 to 430
articles, &c. entered into by tradesmen or shop-keepers,
to charge their goods after their deaths for their wi.
after perfecting the same, I. 563 ..
ed by courts of equity, II. 387
compassing the death of the king, queen, or eldest son
and heir ; or devising bodily harm, &c. tending to
invade this realm, &c. II 470-1
bels, &c. or quartering horse or foot on king's subjects;
beyond seas, guilty of high treason, Qu? II. 473
his eldest son and heir, II. 471
privy signet, II. 474.
C. B. or justices of assize, &c. while doing their offices,
bulls from Rome, Qu? H. 479. 480: 541-2
the see of Rome, coming into or remaining in the realm;
ed upon by proclamation, Qu? II. 480-1
withdrawn, or promising obedience to any other state,
endeavouring to defeat the protestant succession : by
writing or printing, denying the title to the crown un-.
limit the succession, II. 483
and Scotland, II. 473
clared to be so by parliament, II. 483
not to be attainted of high treason, or other offence,
for that cause, Ad. I. 88
or peeresses, 20 days before, &c. II. 1201
king, or direct attempt against his life, &c. II. 1202
common law, II. 1202-5
ed, Ad, II, 505
regent, Ad. II. 335-6
shall be assigned after articles exhibited, IL 1202
tenants for life, or in tail, with remainder over, entitled to
a moiety of the value of such timber trees as they shall
and fee farmers,entitled te trees planted by them, I. 449.
exceeding 12, entitled to osiers, &c. by them planted,