Treatise on the Offices of Justice of Peace, Constable, Commissioner of Supply, and Commissioner Under Comprehending Acts, in Scotland, with Occasional Observations Upon Other Municipal Jurisdictions: To which are Added, Appendixes, Containing Some of the Statutes, Forms of Proceedings, and Writs, Referred to in the Work, Volume 2

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W. Creech, 1806 - Constables
 

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OF THE LEATHER MANUFACTURE 686
686
OF THE JURISDICTION OF JUSTICES IN RELA
698
r 4 PROCEDURE
706
6 PROOF 5S 789
726
EXECUTION
738
t ic tc
i
Oath administered to constables u IV Intimation on persons named to attend the court ib V Citation thereon iii
iii
at the instance of the procurator fiscal iv
iv
g XI Short copy to be given to each of the witnesses ib XII Execution to be returned subjoined to the com plaint or charge f
v
Form of a petition
vi
Decree on claim r
x
Copy of arrertment xi
xi
Execution to be returned on back of said decree xii
xii
Oath of birleymen ib XXIII Execution ib XXIV Petition in the case of locked fast doors
xiv
Execution in case of a deforcement xt XXVII Execution if the goods are claimed by another person
xv
Warrant of distress
xvi
Execution ib XXX Form of a petition for lawburrows
xviii
Oath i
xix
Charge
xx
Form of a petition upon a criminal informa tion given to the procurator fiscal
xxi
Deliverance thereon
xxii
Prayer for citation of witnesses
xxiii
Deliverance ib XLIV Form of a petition by a person in custody or threatened to be apprehended to be liberate upon bail xi
xxiv
Deliverance thereon
xxv
Application for letters of intimation
xxvi
XLVTil Deliverance
xxvii
Warrant for committment of a vagrant to
xxxv
LXIIl Execution
xliv
Do founded on the statute for herding cattle
lii
Small debt court tried with good effects in Den
lxii
Summons upon the acts for streighting
lxvi
Decision Cochran against Campbell
lxxii
Table relating to the conversion of English
xcix

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