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" Russell, vol. 2, p. 2, says, the true meaning of larceny is, "the felonious taking the property of another without his consent and against his will, with intent to convert it to the use of the taker. "
Cases in Crown Law: Determined by the Twelve Judges, by the Court of King's ... - Page 1087
publié par - 1815 - 1108 pages
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The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer, Volume 3

Richard Burn - 1836 - 1178 pages
...the wrongful taking of goods with intent to spoil the owner of them causd lucri. 1 Haw. c. 33. § 1. The true meaning of larceny is, " The felonious taking...with intent to convert it to the use of the taker." Per Grose J. in delivering the opinion of the judges in Hammond's case, OB Mai/ Se.ss. 1812, 2 Leach,...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 9

Tennessee. Supreme Court, George Shall Yerger - 1836 - 640 pages
...larceny. 2 Russell on Crimes, 105 and 118. And in a case of recent occurrence, the court said that the true meaning of larceny is, "the felonious taking...against his will, with intent to convert it to the use cf the taker." Hammond's case, 2 Leach 1089: 2 Russell, 93: 2 East's Crim. Law, G65. Notwithstanding...
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A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, Volume 2

William Oldnall Russell - 1843 - 1190 pages
...for the consideration of the twelve Judges, the learned Judge who delivered their opinion said, that the true meaning of larceny is, " the felonious taking...property of \ another without his consent, and against hisjwill, with intent to con-j vert it to the~use of' the taken* (g) ~ ~~ (a) But by the 1 Viet. c....
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Reports of Cases Argued and Ruled at Nisi Prius: In the Courts of Queen's ...

Great Britain. Courts, Frederick Augustus Carrington, Andrew Valentine Kirwan - 1850 - 1168 pages
...Justice Grose, in delivering the opinion of the Judges, defined larceny to be " the felonious taking of the property of another without his consent and against...with intent to convert it to the use of the taker." And, even in the case of Rex v. Cabbage (/), where a horse was backed into a coalpit, it appeared to...
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Historia Placitorum Coronae: The History of the Pleas of the Crown, Volume 1

Sir Matthew Hale - 1847 - 784 pages
...lucri causa." 3. Grose, J. in delivering the opinion of the twelve judges. "The felonious taking of age due to inferior lords. 2. Such as are dukes, earls,...viscounts, or barons, though they hold nothing of the king 4. Pulton. " Larceny is the fraudulent taking away of another man's goods above the value of twelve...
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Historia Placitorum Coronae: The History of the Pleas of the Crown, Volume 1

Sir Matthew Hale - 1847 - 774 pages
...twelve judges. " The felonious taking of the property of another without, his consent and against bis will, with intent to convert it to the use of the taker." 4. Pulton. " Larceny is the fraudulent taking away of another man's goods above the value of twelve...
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Crown Cases Reserved for Consideration: And Decided by ..., Partie 95,Volume 1

Great Britain. Court for Crown Cases Reserved - 1850 - 674 pages
...delivering the opinion of the twelve Judges in Hammond's case, Greaves's Russell, vol. 2, p. 2, says, the true meaning of larceny is, "the felonious taking...with intent to convert it to the use of the taker." East PI. Cr. 2*, p. 553, " The wrongful or fraudulent taking and carrying away by any person of the...
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A New Law Dictionary and Glossary: Containing Full Definitions of ..., Partie 2

Alexander Mansfield Burrill - 1851 - 570 pages
...away of things personal, with intent to deprive the right owner of the same. 4 Steph. Com. 152. — The felonious taking the property of another, without...with intent to convert it to the use of the taker. Grose, J., 2 Leach, 1089. These are the definitions of simple larceny, otherwise called theft. 4 Bl....
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A Handy Book on Criminal Law: Applicable Chiefly to Commercial Transactions

William Campbell Sleigh - 1858 - 184 pages
...which had been reserved for their solemn consideration. The true meaning of larceny, said the judge, is " the felonious taking the property of another...with intent to convert it to the use of the taker."* Certain elements, or, so to speak, ingredients, conpossession or on whose premises the same shall be...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 32

Vermont. Supreme Court - 1861 - 922 pages
...this pomt it founded upon the common definition of larceny, as given in the elementary books, that it is the felonious taking the property of another, without...consent and against his will, with intent to convert the same to the use of the taker. It is said that in this case the taking was not without the consent...
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