Irish Common Law Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, Exchequer, Exchequer Chamber, and Court of Criminal Appeal ..., Band 17

Hodges and Smith, 1867

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Seite 172 - ... not very likely to happen, and I am not aware of any case in which it has happened.
Seite 110 - ... in any such carriage beyond such distance without previously paying the additional fare for the additional distance, and with intent to avoid payment thereof, or if any person knowingly and wilfully refuse or neglect, on arriving at the point to which he has paid his fare, to quit such carriage, every such person shall for every such offence forfeit to the company a sum not exceeding forty shillings.
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Seite 109 - Having paid his fare for a certain distance, knowingly and wilfully proceeds by train beyond that distance without previously paying the additional fare for the additional distance, and with intent to avoid payment thereof...
Seite 553 - In deter" mining therefore whether a confession is admissible or not, the "only proper question is, whether the inducement held out to the " prisoner was calculated to make his confession an untrue one.
Seite 432 - He was convicted by a jury but the court granted his motion for a new trial on the grounds that the verdict was against the weight of the evidence and certain instructions were contrary to the law.
Seite 233 - ... for money had and received by the defendant for the use of the plaintiff...
Seite 480 - That the following words and expressions in this Act shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them, unless there be something in the subject or context repugnant to such construction...
Seite 349 - It is the appearing to contract a second marriage, and the going through the ceremony, which constitutes the crime of bigamy, otherwise it could never exist in the ordinary cases, as a previous marriage always renders null and void a marriage that is celebrated afterwards by either of the parties during the lifetime of the other.
Seite 384 - ... other congregation permitted by this Act, and disquiet or disturb the same, or misuse any preacher or teacher, such person or persons, upon proof thereof before any Justice of...

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