The Laws Concerning Game: ... Also of Setting Dogs ... Guns ...

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T. Walder, 1762 - 256 pages
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Page 122 - ... from henceforth, by writing under their hands and seals, authorize one or more gamekeeper or gamekeepers within their respective manors or royalties...
Page 119 - ... one moiety to the informer, and the other moiety to the poor of the parish where such offence shall be committed...
Page 37 - ... inclosed with any wall, pale, or other fence, wherein any deer have been or shall be usually kept, or in any warren or place where hares or conies have been or shall be usually kept, or in any high road, open heath, common or down, or...
Page 37 - June shall unlawfully and wilfully hunt, wound, kill, destroy or steal any red or fallow deer, fed or kept in any places in any of his Majesty's forests or chases, which are or shall be inclosed with pales, rails, or other fences...
Page 165 - Pheafant, &c. §L one Half to the Informer,, and the other, to the Poor of the Parifh where the Offence...
Page 245 - ... one moiety to the informer, the other to the poor of the parish " where the offence was committed ; and...
Page 19 - Adminiftrators, and Affigns, from the Day next before the Day of the Date of thefe Prefents, for and during, and unto the full End and Term of, one whole Year from thence next enfuing and fully to be complete and ended : "JJttiwlig Raldcndnm.
Page 1 - Law, signifies to take in and feed the cattle of strangers in the king's forest, and to gather up the money due for the same.
Page 85 - Jac. cap. 12. all new weares erected upon the sea-shore, or in any haven harbour or creek, or within five miles of the mouth of any haven or ' creek, are prohibited under a penalty.
Page 206 - Whatsoever archbishop, bishop, earl or baron, coming to us at our commandment, passing by our forest, it shall be lawful for him to take and kill one or two of our deer, by view of our forester, if he be present ; or else he shall cause one to blow an horn for him, that he seem not to steal our deer ; and likewise they shall do returning from ITS, ns it is afore said.

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