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TREES, continued

to trees after ; but such trees to be registered within
6 months after planting : reversioner may purchase
such trees, and value thereof how ascertained; what

tenants excepted, I. 449 to 452
tenants for life, &c. or for 14 years unexpired, may cut

or sell during such term, any trees which they shall
plant, (except planted in pursuance of any covenant,)
if registered in a certain form within 12 months after
planting : and such tenants also entitled to a proportion
of such coppice wood as they shall enclose, if a certain
notice be given of such intended enclosure : tenants
may sell their right in said trees or coppices to thoşe
under whom they derive: reversioner or inheritor may
compel tenants to sell to them ; value how ascertain.

ed, I. 452 to 458

See LARCENY, MISCHIEF,
TRESPASS

in actions of trespass quare clausum fregit, plea of dis-

claimer, and that trespass was involuntary, and tender

of amends, a bar, II. 150
where cattle are distrained for trespass or damage feasant,

justices of peace may require parties to appoint arbi-
trators to ascertain damage, or in default thereof hear

the cause in a summary way, II. 151
treble damages to be paid for swine without rings, &c,

or for cattle grazing on the sides of roads, II. 151-2

See Costs, Fences, LIMITATION, OFFICERS.
TRIAL BY CERTIFICATE. See BASTARDY, (II. 231)
TRIAL BY JURY

foreign pleas triable by the country upon indictments of

felony, &c. - forthwith tried before the justices before

whom the parties shall be arraigned, II. 1206
See ARRAIGNMENT, EVIDENCE, INDICTMENT, JURY,

PROSECUTORS, RESTITUTION, TREASON, WITNESSES,

&c.
TRIENNIAL POSSESSION. See EJECTMENT, FORCI,

BLE Possession.
TRINITY TERM. See TERMS.
TROUT. See Fish.
TROVER. See AssistanT BARRISTER, ERROR, LIMITA-

TION, MANOR COURts.
TRUSTS

all declarations or creations of, shall be in writing, except

those arising by implication, &c.: all grants and assign-

ments of, shall also be in writing, 1. 538
lands, &c. in the hands of trustee liable to the judgments,

&c. of cestui que trust only, I. 538
trusts in fee simple shall be legal assets in the hands of

the heir of cestui que trust; but heir not thereby charge.

able out of his own estate, I. 538
See EQUITY, FINES, RECOVERIES, Uses.

TUMULTS. See ASSEMBLIES, MISCHIEF, Riot.
TUNNAGE. See REVENUE.
TURF. See Mischier.
TURKEYS. See GAME.
TURNIPS. See LARCENY.
TURNPIKE ROADS

trustees of, how to sue and be sued; may use a commoa

seal, and take securities to them, as trustees, for perfor-
mance of any agreement, &c. : to appoint a clerk or
register, the service of whom with process shall be.

deemed good service of the trustees, 1. 272.3
treasurers of, to deposit with clerks of the peace, copios

of all contracts for making or repairing the same,and of

all leases, &c. of gates or tolls, I. 273.
powers of grand juries to examine traversers, and to pre-

sent necessary repairs : and judge of assize may order
execution against them, if such presentments not

obeyed, and work done, I. 273
proceeding in chancery against turnpike commissioners,

in cases of misapplication, &c, of tolls, I. 274, 5

See MISCHIEF.
TWENTIETH PART. See First FRUITS.
UNDER.SHERIFF, See Sheriff.
UNIFORM. See SSEMBLIES.
UNIFORMITY OF WORSHIP. See BOOK OF COMMON

PRAYER.
UNION

of English and Scotch parliaments and churches, I. 13 to

15. 18 tó 20. 150, 5, 6
of British and Irish parliaments and churches, 1. 15 to 18,

20, 1. 151, 6
UNITED BRETHREN,

allowed to make an affirmation instead of an oath: but

not to give evidence in criminal cases, or serve on ju.
ries : certificate of bishops of said church required, II.

261, 2
UNITED IRISHMEN, &c. See ASSEMBLIES.
UNIVERSITY. See Book OF COMMON PRAYER.
UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLIES. See ASSEMBLIES.
UNLAWFUL OATHS. See ADMINISTERING, OATHS.
UNNATURAL CRIME. See BUGGERY.
USE AND OCCUPATION. See AGREEMENT, RENT.
USES,

the possession of lands, &c. shall be in him that has the

use : cestui que use of rents shall be adjudged to be in
possession of such estate in the rent as he had in the

use, and may distrain, avow, &c. I. 536-7.

See CHARITIES.
USURY. See CONVEYANCES, INTEREST.
UTTERING. See Coin, FORGERY.;
VAGABONDS OR VAGRANTS,

wlio shall be deemed to be, and how punished : reward

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VAGABONDS OR VAGRANTS, continued

for apprehending them : general privy searches made
for them : who shall be deemed incorrigible rogues or
vagabonds : how 'removed by vagrant passes, and ex.
penses thereof how paid : to be set to work when re-
moved to their place of settlement in England ; and
how dealt with when place of settlement cannot be
found : powers of justices of peace as to those who
are mad, or otherwise dangerous to be permitted to go
abroad: penalty for sheltering vagabonds : beggars
with children how to be ordered, H. 767 to 785. Adi

I.118
in Ireland sons of husbandmen and labourers who will

not work, punishable by fine and imprisonment : and
parents who are not able to keep their children at
school to the age of 10 years, also fined if they do not

put them to trades or husbandry, II. 785
dealers in horses, and lezers of corn, punishable as va-

grants, II. 785, 6
cosherers and idle wanderers bound to their good beha-

viour, II. 787
idle vagrants who will not work, and loose persons of in-

famous lives and characters may be presented by grand
juries as vagabonds, and transported, unless security
given for their good behaviour : but such presentments

may be traversed, II. 787, 8, 9
persons begging without a badge or license from the cor-

poration for the relief of the poor, how dealt with, I.

281, 5. 11. 789 to 791
See ConstablES, GAME, INSURRECTIONS, LOTTERIES,

SUSPECTED PERSONS, WATCH AND WARD.
VENIRE. See ERROR, JURY.
VENUE OR VISNE,

in the count to agree with that in the writ, or plea to a-

bate, II. 215.
if laid in the county of any city, &c. court may change it

to adjoining county, II. 215

See ERROR, OFFICERS, TOLLS, &c.
VERDICT. See ERROR, JURY.
* VERMIN. See GAME.
VESTRIES. See CATHOLICS, CHURCH RATES, CHURCH-

WARDENS, &c.
VICARS. See ECCLESIASTICAL PERSONS.
VICE-CHANCELLOR. See CHANCELLOR.
VICTUALLING. See King' STORES.
VICTUALLERS. See SUNDAY.
VIEW (in real actions,)

shall not be granted where the demand of it is merely

dilatory, and not necessary ; and in what other cases,

II. 217, 8

See JURY.
VI ET ARMIS. See AMENDMENT,

ERROR.
VINTNERS. See ADULTERATION.
VISITORS. See CORPORATION.

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:

VOLUNTEER FORCES,

his majesty empowered to accept their services ; and to

disband them; officers of, how appointed and how to
rank : effective members thereof exempt from service,
&c. in militia; but may be ballotted for: what shall be
deemed effective service : may transfer their services
to local militia : how far liable to mutiny act : when
called out for suppression of riots, &c. billetted as re.
gulars; officers do not forfeit half pay by enrolment

therein, I. 370 to 372. Ad. II, 162-3
analogous law in respect to yeomanry of Ireland, I. 372-3

Ad. II. 163

See DefenCE OF THE REALM,
VOUCHER

wbat day shall be given to him that is vouched to war.

ranty ; proceeding upon voucher to warranty in
writs of assize, writs of entry, and writs of right; what

counterpleas shall be received, II. 218-9
See AssIGNEES, ERROR, RECOVERY.
WAD. See LARCENY.
WAGER OF LAW

no man put to wager of law, nor to an oath, unless lawful

witnesses produced against him: felgned surmises to
put defendants from their wager of law how tried, Ad.

1. 77-8
WAGERING POLICIES. See GAMING.
WAGES. See COMBINATION, MASTER AND SERVANT.
WANDERING SOLDIERS, &c.

statutes respecting, repealed, Ad. II. 431
WAR. See King.
WARD. See GUARDIAN.
WAREHOUSES. See ASSEMBLIES, LARCENY, MISCHIEF,
WAREHOUSING. See REVENUE.
WARRANTY

by what words a feoffor shall be bound to warranty: war-

ranty by tenant by the courtesy, or by any tenant for
life void : discontinuances, warranties, &c. of woman
seised of estate in dower, &c. void ; and if she be sole
at the time of such discontinuance, &c. her title-bar.
red, and remainder-man may enter immediately, I. 518

to 520

See RECOVERY, VOUCHER.
WARRANT. See EscAPE, &c.
WARRANT OF ATTORNEY. See ERROR.
WASTE,

action of, maintainable against tenants by the curtesy, &c.

and treble damages, and thing wasted,recovered : pro-

cess in such actions, II, 153
no waste or estrepement shall be made pending suit for

the land, II. 153
where tenant in common commits waste, the part wasted

shall be assigned to him, &c, II. 154 .

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WASTE, continued

heir shall have an action for waste done in the time of

his ancestor, II. 154
maintainable against immediate tenant, who grants away

his estate, and receives the profits, II. 154
WATCH AND WARD

duties of watching and warding how enforced where 5
justices at special general sessions concur in stating
the expediency of it : duty of chief constables, and
parish constables and overseers of the poor, in respect
thereto : special constables appointed at special ses-
sions : what persons bound to perform the duties of
watching, &c. : how specially exempted : what duties
liable to: weekly reports made in respect to the con-
duct of those watching, &c. : expenses of, how defray-
ed : powers of justices as to apprehending and remov-

ing strangers, &c. Ad. II. 388 to 404
WATCHES. See ReceiVERS,
WATERFOWL. See GAME.
WEAPONS. See ARMS.
WEARS. See Fish.
WE AZEL. See GAME.
WEIGHTS. See MEASURES.
WELLS. See PILGRIMAGES.
WESTMINSTER. See ASSEMBLIES.
WHARFS. See LARCENY.
WHIPPING. See BeneFIT OF CLERGY, FEMALES.
WHITEBOY ACT. (15 & 16 Geo. 3. c. 21.) See ARMS, As-

SEMBLIES.
WIDGEON. See GAME.'
WILLS

in writing, concerning personal estate, shall not be repeal-

ed or altered by word of mouth only, unless committed
to writing in life of testator, and read by him, and al.
lowed by him in presence of 3 witnesses : exception as

to soldiers or mariners, l. 661

See DEVISES, FORGERY.
WINE. See ADULTERATION.
WITCHCRAFT, &c.

pretending, thereby, to tell fortunes, or discover where

goods supposed to be stolen or lost may be found,

how punished in England, II. 444
persons exercising any, in Ireland, whereby any person

shall be killed, guilty capitally ; and if any person shall
be wasted thereby, or goods destroyed, &c. offence how

punishable, 11. 444, 5
undertaking thereby to tell where treasure of gold or sil-

ver, or things lost or stolen,may be found, or practising
to provoke any person to unlawful love, or to hurt any

person in body, goods, &c. how punished, &c. II. 445
WITHDRAWING. See ALLEGIANCE, SEDUCING, &c.

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