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Dalton's The Country Justice, 1690
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A Catalogue or Particular of such Statutes as Justices of Peace are
    named in, or whereby any Authority or Jurisdiction is given to
    them, with reference to the Chapters in this Books where they
    are abridged.
 
 
1 E. 3. 6.  Who may be Justice of Peace, c. 4.
2 E. 3. 3. No Man shall come before the Justice, or
    go or ride armed,
c. 4.
4 E. 3. 2.  The Authority of Justices, &c. of the
    Peace,
c. 4.
18 E. 3. 2.  Justices of Peace and their Authority,
   
c. 3, 4.
34 E. 3. 1. Justices of Peace and their Authority.
36 E. 3. 12.  At what times the 4 Sessions of Justices
    of Peace shall be holden,
c. 4.
41 E. 3. 4.  Commissions of Inquiry to whom to be
    made,
c. 4. 146.
12 R. 2. 10.  How many Justices of Peace there shall
    be in every County, and how often they shall keep
    their Sessions,
c. 4, 186.
13 R. 2. 7.  What sort of Persons shall be Justices of
    Peace, and what their charge is to see,
c. 3, 4.
        c. 8.  Rates of Labourers and Servants, and 
    gains of Victuallers, and touching Horse Bread,
   
c. 56.
        c. 10.  Touching Cogware and Kendal Cloth,
    c. 24.
        c. 11.  Clothes not to be put to sale before opened
    c. 24.
        c. 13.  Touching Hunting, c. 55.
14 R. 2. 11.  The number of Justices and their Wages,
    c. 4, 186.
15 R. 2. 1.  Touching Forcible Entry, c. 44.
17 R. 2. 9.  The Justices of Peace shall be Conservators
    of the Statutes touching Salmons,
c. 42.
4 H. 4. 3.  Touching Watched, c. 104.
5. H. 4. 10.  Touching Imprisonment, c. 171.
7 H. 4. 3.  Touching Estreats, c. 37.
        c. 7.  Touching Arrowheads, c. 14.
13 H. 4. 7.  Touching Riots, c. 82, 136.
2 H. 5. 4.  Justices of Peace Residence and Sessions,
   
c. 4, 186.
        c. 8.  Touching Riots, c. 82. 156.
        c. 9.  Touching Process against Fugitives, 
   
c. 194.
        c. 1.  Touching Justices their sufficiency, c. 4.
Parl. 2. 2. H. 5. 6.  Touching falsifying of Mony,
   
c. 140.
2 H. 6. 11.  The Measures of Wine, Eels, Herrings and
    Salmon,
c. 112.
8 H. 6. 5.  Touching Weights, ib.
        c. 7.  Touching Forcible Entry and Detainer,
   
c. 44, 125, 126.
        c. 10.  Touching Process into Forreign Counties,
   
ib. & 127, 128, 183.
        c. 14.  Touching Writs and Process, c. 82. 136.
10 H. 6. 6.  Touching Process upon Indictments, c. 194.
11 H. 6. 6.  Touching Discontinuance of Process.
       
c. 8.  Touching Weights and Measures, c. 112.
        c. 12.  Touching Wax, c. 106.
14 H. 6. 4.  Touching Sessions in Middlesex, c. 186.
18 H. 6. 11.  Of what sufficiency in Lands a Justice of
    Peace ought to be,
c. 4.
20 H. 6. 19.  Touching Souldiers, c. 94.
23 H. 6. 10.  Touching Attornys in Norfolk.
3 E. 4. 2.  Touching Sheriffs Turns, c. 90.
4 E. 4. 1.  Touching Cloth, c. 24.
12 E. 4. 9.  Touching Escheators.
17 E. 4. 4.  Touching making of Tile, c. 103.
1 R. 3. 3.  Touching Mainprize, c. 167, 168.
1 H. 7. 7.  Touching Hunting in the night, c. 55.
2 H. 7. 1, 8.  Touching Concealment of Jurors, &c.
    c. 18.
3 H. 7. 3.  Touching Bailment, c. 167.
4 H. 7. 12.  Touching the Justices Duty, c. 174.
7 H. 7. 1.  Touching Souldiers, c. 94.
        c. 4.  Touching Weights, c. 112.
11 H. 7. 18.  Touching Sheriffs their Estreats, &c.
    c. 90.
        c. 17.  Touching Partridges, Hawks, Swans, &c.
    c. 68.
19 H. 7. 5.  Touching carrying Gold and Silver into
   
Ireland.
        c. 6.  Touching Brass and Pewter.
       
c. 7.  Touching Ordinances of Crafts.
       
c. 10.  Touching Gaols, c. 78.
        c. 11.  Touching Deer Hays, c. 55.
        c. 12.  Touching Riots, c. 82, 135.
1 H. 8. 7.  Touching Coroners, c. 41.
        c. 8.  Touching Escheators and Coroners.
3 H. 8. 5.  Touching Captains and Souldiers, c. 94.
        c. 12.  Touching Panels of Sheriffs, c. 90.
4 H. 8. 7.  Touching Pewter and Brass.
6 H. 8. 6.  Touching remanding of Prisoners.
14 H. 8. 6.  Touching Ways in the Wilde of Kent,
    c. 51.
        c. 10.  Touching Hunting of Hares, c. 55.
22 H. 8. 5.  Touching the repair of Bridges, c. 16.
        c. 11.  Touching Powdike.
        c. 14.  Touching Abjuration.
23 H. 8. 1.  Touching Clergy, c. 191.
        c. 2.  Touching Gaols, c. 78.
        c. 5.  Touching Sewers, c. 88.
        c. 17.  Touching Fish Gartiks on Humber.
24 H. 8. 10.  Touching Crows, &c.
25 H. 8. 6.  Touching Buggery, c. 159.
        c. 11.  Touching Wild Fowl, c. 110.
        c. 13.  Touching Keeping of Sheep, c. 89.


 
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