bound to answer questions though tending to subject
them to civil suits, II. 260
penalty for their refusing to give evidence in courts of
record, II. 260
in what cases competent though interested, L. 263. II.
commissions for examination of, in India, II. 263
for prisoners, shall be sworn in like manner as witnesses
for the crown, II. 1207
Bubpæna,&c.may be served in one part of the united king-
dom, to compel attendance of, in another, Il. 1208
judge of any court of record in Westminster, Dublin, &c.
may indorse letters of second diligence issued in Scot-
land, Ad. II. 469
informations or examinations of, upon oath, for any of-
fence, shall be admitted as evidence, if they shall be
murdered, maimed or secreted, &c. and money pre-
sented for, when maimed, or families of, when mur.
dered, Ad. I. 103-4
WOMEN. See FEMALES, FEME COVERTS.
WOOL. See Customs BARBAROUS, LARCENY.
WORDS. See SLANDER.
WORKHOUSES. See BRIDEWELLS, Poor.
WORKSHOP. See AssemBLIES, LARCENY.
WOUNDS. See CORONER, &c.
WRECKS. See SALVAGE.
no writ concerning the common law shall go under
the petty seals : and in Ireland no writ original shall
be received but under the great seal of Ireland, Ad. I.