An Abridgment of the Publick Statutes in Force and Use from Magna Charta, in the Ninth Year of King Henry III. to the Eleventh Year of His Present Majesty King George II. Inclusive Volume 2

An Abridgment of the Publick Statutes in Force and Use from Magna Charta, in the Ninth Year of King Henry III. to the Eleventh Year of His Present Majesty King George II. Inclusive Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1739 edition. Excerpt: ...of criminals, and of subsisting them until prosecution, and of carrying on the prosecutions; and such monies shall be collected and accounted for, as such freeholders shall appoint. XLVI. (r)tflt 3 Geo. 2. cap. 32. fetl. 2. It shall be lawful for the magistrates and courts of judicature in Scotland to put. in execution any judgment or sentence, importing any corporal punishment less than death or dismembring, if pronounced south of the Forth, after the elapsing of eight days, and if north of the Forth, after the elapsing of twelve days. XLVII. Seel. 3. It shall be lawful for the judges of justiciary, or any of them, upon application made, and cause shewn, by any person aggrieved by such sentence given by any court of regality, or other inferior civil magistrate or court of judicature, to stay all execution of such sentence for thirty days. Cujloms. XLVIII. 3tflt. 6 Ann. cap. 26. fetf. 18. The Queen may, from time to time by commissions out of the exchequer in Scotland, assign further ports, members and creeks, in Scotland, for the landing or shipping of goods, and to what ancient and head ports such places shall appertain; and the customer, collector, comptroller and searcher, shall by themselves, their deputies or servants, reside, for the clearing of ships and goods; and may by virtue of the said commissions appoint the extents and limits of every port, haven or creek, in Scotland. XLIX. Stflt. 1 Geo. r. cap. 19. fed. 19. The commissioners of the treasury are impowered to treat with the proprietors of sugar houses in Scotland, for satisfaction for such private rights of exemption from customs and excise, to which they are entitled. L. Stslt. 8 Geo. 1. cap. 4. feB. 6. The proprietors of the sugar houses in Scotland shall pay for their sugars.show more

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  • English
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  • 1236641426
  • 9781236641427