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CRIMINAL LAW,

ARGUED AND DETERMINED

IN ALL THE COURTS IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND.

EDITED BY

EDWARD W. COX, Esq., OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE,

Barrister-at-Law.

VOL. VI.

1852 to 1855.

LONDON:
JOHN CROCKFORD, LAW TIMES OFFICE, 29, ESSEX STREET,

STRAND.

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REPORTERS. CRIMINAL APPEAL CASES, before all the Judges, by A. BITTLESTON, Esq.; CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, by B. C. ROBINSON, Esq. ; NORTHERN CIRCUIT, by J. STAMFORD RAFFLES, Esq.; OXFORD CIRCUIT, by J. E. Davis, Esq.; HOME CIRCUIT, by B. C. ROBINSON, Esq.; NORFOLK CIRCUIT, by John B. DASENT, Esq. ; WESTERN CIRCUIT, by EDWARD W. Cox, Esq.; MIDLAND CIRCUIT, by ADAM BITTLESTON, Esq.; NORTH WALES CIRCUIT, by Æneas J. M'INTYRE, Esq. ; IRELAND, by P. J. M-KENNA, Esq.;

Barristers-at-Law..

INDEX TO CASES

REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME.

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I.

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In the matter of the Six-mile Bridge In-

quisition ...

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463
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380

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Re Morgan
Reg. 0.

Ahearne
Ambury
Archer
Bailey
Ball
Barrett
Barton
Beaumont
Buston
Berriman
Birch
Blackburn
Brenan
Brooks
Burditt

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376
454
521
23
75
530
526
194
455
295
318
206
296
257
219
363
395
167
174
410
216
505

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Reg. o. Day

Dean
Dilmore
Dolan
Doody
Dugdale
Dundas
Eagleton
Featherstone
Ferguson
Forster
Foster
Freakley
Frewin
Frost
Fullarton and Crooks
Gibbs
Gill
Goode
Goodenough
Green
Greenbalgh
Griffin
Harris
Hartshorn
Hemp
Hills
Hobson
Holmes
Inhabitants of Bedfordshire
Inhabitants of Gate Fulford,

Yorkshire ...
Inhabitants of Hornsea
Inhabitants of Houghton
Inhabitants of Nether Hallam
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Jackson and Crachnell ...
James
Johnson
Jones
Keith
Kimbrey
Kinton
Kitson
Lallament
Larkin

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116
391

6
79

515
29, 241

360

78
293
269
425
388

10
333
381
148
458
475
484
366
519
210
412
163
178
432
202

481
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299
101
435

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525

5
18
467
533
464
393
159
204
377

Carden
Carlisle
Chandler
Clark
Clarke
Coleman
Connell
Cornish
Court
Crawford and Smith
Dale
Davies
Davis

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Reg. o. Lawlor ...

Legge
Levy
Luckhurst
Lunny
Lynch
Mahony
Manktelow
Mann
Manning and Smith
McDermott
McGavaran
Millard
Miller and Connors
Mitchell
Mobbs
Morgan
Murphy ...
Murtagh...
Myott
Neville
Newall
Nicolas
Nisbett
Noon
Oates
Omants
Overton
Owen
Pardenton and Wood
Partridge
Perry
Petrie
Philpott ...
Pierce
Povey
Pratt
Pries
Qualter
Read
Reed

PAGE 187 Reg. o. Riley

88 220 Robins

420 482 Rorke

196 243 Rundle

549 477 Russell

60 445 Ryecroft

76 487 Sans Garrett

260 143 Sarsfield

12 461 Sharman

312 86 Sharpe

418 479 Simpson

422 64 Sleeman

245 150 Smith

. 31, 198, 314, 554 353 Snelling

230 82 Spooner

392 233 Stone

235 107, 408

Taylor 340 Thomas

403 447 Turton

385 406 Vaile

470 Vodden

226 21 Walker

371 120 Walker and Morrod

310) 320 Wallace

193 137 Watts

304 540 West

415 466 White

213 277 Whitehouse

38, 129 105 Whiteman

370 247 Williams

49, 343 182 Wilman

153 Wilson

174 512 Winch and Chaplain

523 140 Woods and May

224 117 Yates

441 Yscuado

386 373

at the prosecution of Cannock o. 165 Cantwell

345 357

at the prosecution of Dease v. 134 Kelly

350 284 Whitaker o. Wisbey

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REPORTS

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Criminal Law Cases.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

May 29, 1852.

(Before LORD CAMPBELL, C.J., JERVIS, C.J., POLLOCK, C.B.,

COLERIDGE, J., CRESSWELL, J., ERLE, J., TALFOURD, J., and CROMPTON, J.)

REG. v. Ion.(a)

Forgery-Uttering-Receipt-Evidence. A. applied to B. to lend him money, and gave him the name of the defen

dant as a surety. B. went to the defendant, and, to satisfy himself of his respectability, asked to see his receipts for rent and taxes. The defendant placed in the hands of B., for his inspection, three documents purporting to be receipts for poor rates, with the intent to induce B. to advance money to A. One of these receipts was forged. B. inspected the documents and then returned them to the defendant : Held, that the defendant might be convicted within the 11 Geo. 4 $

1 Will. 4, c. 66, s. 10, of uttering a forged receipt, and that, for the purpose of rendering him liable, it was not necessary that the receipt should be used to get credit upon it by its operating as a receipt, but that it was sufficient if he used it fraudulently to obtain money by means

of it: Held, also, that it was immaterial whether the money to be obtained by

means of it was for himself or for any other person. THE following case was stated by the Recorder of London for

the consideration of the judges: At a Sessions of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery, holden for the jurisdiction of the Central Criminal Court in December, 1851, William Ion was tried before me upon an indictment for feloniously uttering, disposing of, and putting off a forged receipt for 21. 4s., knowing, &c., with intent to defraud. It appeared in evidence

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