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" A felonious taking of money or goods, to any value, from the person of another or in his presence, against his will, by violence or putting him in fear. "
Reports of Cases at Law Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of North ... - Page 153
by North Carolina. Supreme Court, Samuel Field Phillips - 1868 - 646 pages
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A Compendium and Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts

Massachusetts, William Charles White - Law - 1810
...1 Eatt't CL 707. IbW. 4 Bl. Com. 242. ROBBERY. ROBBERY is a felonious taking of money or goods, to any value, from the person of another, or in his presence, against his will, by violence, or putting him in fear. 1. Of the value of the property taken. 2. What is a taking from the person....
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A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, Volumes 1-2

Sir William Oldnall Russell - Criminal law - 1819 - 1918 pages
...defined Definition of as ua felonious taking of money or goods of any value from e ence' •• the person of another, or in his presence, against his will, •• by violence, or putting him in fear." (a) Thi* offence is an aggravated species of larceny, (i) and This offence...
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A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, Volume 2

William Oldnall Russell - Criminal law - 1824
...llobbery from the Person, (l) ROBBERT from the person appears to be well defined as "ге^е'1,Т' *• a felonious taking of money or goods of any value from the fence. " p Petrie's case, 1 Loach 294. i White's rase, 1 Leach 252, ante, Я49. Ч Hamilton's case,...
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The Register of Pennsylvania: devoted to the preservation of facts and ...

Samuel Hazard - History - 1829
...be established by l< ;; -,l proof of the actual perpetration of the unnatural crime. Robbery is the felonious taking of money or goods of any value from...another, or in his presence, against his will, by violtnce or putting him in fear. This offence is an aggravated species of larceny, and is more severely...
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A Practical Treatise Upon the Authority and Duty of Justices of the Peace in ...

Daniel Davis - Justices of the peace - 1828 - 471 pages
...244 — and numerous cases in 1 Leach. ROBBERY. ROBBERY is a felonious taking of money or goods, to any value, from the person of another, or in his presence, against his will, by force and violence, or by other assault, and putting him in fear.* This definition, taken from East's...
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A Treatise on Crimes and Indictable Misdemeanors, Volume 2

Sir William Oldnall Russell - Criminal law - 1828
...FROM THE PERSON. ROBBERY from the person appears to be well defined as "a felo- Definition of " nious taking of money or goods of any value from the person of the offencCp " another, or in his presence, against his will, by violence, or " putting him in fear."...
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, Volume 5

Pennsylvania - 1830
...be e'lablislicd by li-g.il proof of the actual peipetration of the unnatural crime. Uobbery is the felonious taking of money or goods of any value from...another, or in his presence, against his will, by violi nee or putting him in lear. This offence is an aggravated species of larceny, and is more severely...
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The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer, Volume 3

Richard Burn, Joseph Chitty, Thomas Chitty - 1831
...house, bckmgeth to the titles lUrreng and Surgiere. Robbery is ufclcnious taking of money or goods, to any value, from the person of another, or in his presence, against his will, by violence, or putting him in fear. 2 East's PC 707 ; 4 Я/а. Com. 243 ; 3 Inst. 68. Felonious] — For to make...
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Summary of the Law Relative to Pleading and Evidence in Criminal Cases: With ...

John Frederick Archbold, Sir John Jervis - Criminal procedure - 1831 - 580 pages
...c. 48. Evidence. Robbery, as denned by legal writers, consists in the felonious and forcible taking from the person of another, or in his presence, against his will, of " any chattel, money, or valuable security," to any value, by violence, or putting him in fear....
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The American Jurist and Law Magazine, Volume 7

Law - 1832
...the common law does not materially differ; for, in that law, it is defined to be the felonious taking from the person of another, or, in his presence, against his will, of goods or money to any value, by force or violence, or putting him in fear.2 And, whether such robbery...
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