The crown circuit companion : Containing the practice of the assises on the crown side, and of the courts of general and general quarter sessions of the peace: wherein (among other things incident to the practice of the crown law) is included. A collection of useful and modern precedents of indictments in criminal cases; as well at common law, as those created by statute. Under all which precedents, so much of the common and statute laws is set forth, as to shew the several offences; the offenders punishment; and in what cases felons are to have, or not to have the benefit of clergy. With references to the printed authorities. By W. Stubbs, and G. Talmash, of Staples-Inn, gentlemen. The fourth edition, to which is added, The clerk of Assise's Circuit Companion, and tables of fees of the officers and servants belonging to the judges on the circuit, usually taken by them; also many new precedents of indictments, and the laws continued down to the present time.
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