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to trees after ; but such trees to be registered within
tenants excepted, I. 449 to 452
or sell during such term, any trees which they shall
ed, I. 452 to 458
See LARCENY, MISCHIEF,
in actions of trespass quare clausum fregit, plea of dis-
claimer, and that trespass was involuntary, and tender
of amends, a bar, II. 150
justices of peace may require parties to appoint arbi-
the cause in a summary way, II. 151
or for cattle grazing on the sides of roads, II. 151-2
See Costs, Fences, LIMITATION, OFFICERS.
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
PROSECUTORS, RESTITUTION, TREASON, WITNESSES,
TION, MANOR COURts.
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
&c. of cestui que trust only, I. 538
the heir of cestui que trust; but heir not thereby charge.
able out of his own estate, I. 538
TUMULTS. See ASSEMBLIES, MISCHIEF, Riot.
trustees of, how to sue and be sued; may use a commoa
seal, and take securities to them, as trustees, for perfor-
deemed good service of the trustees, 1. 272.3
of all contracts for making or repairing the same,and of
all leases, &c. of gates or tolls, I. 273.
sent necessary repairs : and judge of assize may order
obeyed, and work done, I. 273
in cases of misapplication, &c, of tolls, I. 274, 5
of English and Scotch parliaments and churches, I. 13 to
15. 18 tó 20. 150, 5, 6
20, 1. 151, 6
allowed to make an affirmation instead of an oath: but
not to give evidence in criminal cases, or serve on ju.
the possession of lands, &c. shall be in him that has the
use : cestui que use of rents shall be adjudged to be in
use, and may distrain, avow, &c. I. 536-7.
wlio shall be deemed to be, and how punished : reward
VAGABONDS OR VAGRANTS, continued
for apprehending them : general privy searches made
not work, punishable by fine and imprisonment : and
put them to trades or husbandry, II. 785
grants, II. 785, 6
viour, II. 787
famous lives and characters may be presented by grand
may be traversed, II. 787, 8, 9
poration for the relief of the poor, how dealt with, I.
281, 5. 11. 789 to 791
SUSPECTED PERSONS, WATCH AND WARD.
in the count to agree with that in the writ, or plea to a-
bate, II. 215.
to adjoining county, II. 215
See ERROR, OFFICERS, TOLLS, &c.
shall not be granted where the demand of it is merely
dilatory, and not necessary ; and in what other cases,
II. 217, 8
his majesty empowered to accept their services ; and to
disband them; officers of, how appointed and how to
therein, I. 370 to 372. Ad. II, 162-3
Ad. II. 163
See DefenCE OF THE REALM,
wbat day shall be given to him that is vouched to war.
ranty ; proceeding upon voucher to warranty in
counterpleas shall be received, II. 218-9
no man put to wager of law, nor to an oath, unless lawful
witnesses produced against him: felgned surmises to
statutes respecting, repealed, Ad. II. 431
by what words a feoffor shall be bound to warranty: war-
ranty by tenant by the courtesy, or by any tenant for
See RECOVERY, VOUCHER.
action of, maintainable against tenants by the curtesy, &c.
and treble damages, and thing wasted,recovered : pro-
cess in such actions, II, 153
the land, II. 153
shall be assigned to him, &c, II. 154 .
heir shall have an action for waste done in the time of
his ancestor, II. 154
his estate, and receives the profits, II. 154
duties of watching and warding how enforced where 5
ing strangers, &c. Ad. II. 388 to 404
in writing, concerning personal estate, shall not be repeal-
ed or altered by word of mouth only, unless committed
to soldiers or mariners, l. 661
See DEVISES, FORGERY.
pretending, thereby, to tell fortunes, or discover where
goods supposed to be stolen or lost may be found,
how punished in England, II. 444
shall be killed, guilty capitally ; and if any person shall
punishable, 11. 444, 5
ver, or things lost or stolen,may be found, or practising
person in body, goods, &c. how punished, &c. II. 445