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II. CAPACITY OF CRIMINALS. Threatening letters.

Vicious will essential.

Destroying flood-gates.

Infants. Lunatics.

Affrays. Riots.

Drunkards.

Forcible entry or detainer.

Misfortune or ch

Carrying deadly weapons.

ce.

Challenges to fight.

Ignorance or mistake.

Compulsion and necessity.

Libels. False prophecies.

III. PRINCIPALS AND ACCES-

XII. OFFENCES AGAINST TRADE.

SORIES.

Owling. Smuggling.

Usury. Cheating.

IV. OFFENCES AGAINST RELIG- Fraudulent bankruptcy.

ION.

Forestalling the market.

Apostasy: Heresy.

XIII. AGAINST HEALTH AND

Against the established church.

ECONOMY

Harsh religious restrictions.

Blasphemy.

Witchcraft. Quarantine evaded.

Impostures. Simony.

Unwholesome provisions.

Sabbath breaking. Lewdness.

Vagrant soldiers and sailors.

Drunkenness.

Bigamy. Gypsies.

Nuisances. Common scolds.

V. OFFENCES AGAINST NATIONS.

Idle persons. Extravagances.

Violation of safe-conduct.

Gambling. Game destroyed.

Injuries to ambassadors.

XIV. HOMICIDE.

Piracy.

Justifiable,

VI. HIGH TREASON.

Excusable.

Compassing the king's death.

Felonious.

Carnal knowledge of the queen.

Suicide. Murder.

War against the king.

Manslaughter.

Aid to the enemy.

Result of negligence.

Counterfeiting.

Express malice.

Murder of high officials.

Punishment.

VII. TO THE KING'S PREROGA- XV, AGAINST THE PERSON.
TIVE.

Mayhem. Abduction.
To the coin.

Rape. Sodomy.
To the king's council.

Assault. Kidnapping.

Serving a foreign power.

False imprisonment.

Desertion, during war.

XVI. AGAINST HABITATIONS.

VIII. PRÆMUNIRE.

Arson. Burglary.

Ecclesiastical tyranny.

XVII. AGAINST PRIVATE PROP.

Growth of the church.

ERTY.

IX. OTHER MISPRISIONS.

Larceny. Forgery.

Misprision of treason.

Malicious mischief.

Contempts.

XVIII. MEANS OF PREVENTION.

X. OFFENCES AGAINST JUSTICE.

Pledges or securities.

Embezzling records.

Sureties for the peace.

Intimidating prisoners.

Sureties for good behavior.

Obstructing legal process.

Escape. Rescue.

XIX. CRIMINAL COURTS.

Receiving stolen goods.

Parliament.

Compounding a felony.

High steward's court.

Barratry. Maintenance.

King's Bench. Chivalry.

Champerty. Extortion.

Admiralty.

Malicious prosecution.

Oyer and Terminer.

Perjury. Bribery.

Sheriff's Tourn. Court-leet.
Embracery. False verdict.

Coroners'. Of markets.

XI. OFFENCES AGAINST THE XX. SUMMARY CONVICTIONS.

PEACE.

Against the revenue.

Riotous assemblages.

Against the peace.

Unlawful hunting.

For contempts.

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Royal Houses.
Saxon–Egbert to Edward, Confessor.
DANISH-Sweyn to Harold II.
NORMAN–William I, to Stephen.
PLANTAGENET-Henry II, to Richard IL.
LANCASTER-Henry IV, to Henry VL.
YORK-Edward IV, to Richard III.
TUDOR-Henry VII, to Elizabeth.
STUART-James I, to Anne.
HANOVER–George I, to VICTORIA.

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