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" The wrongful or fraudulent taking and carrying away, by any person, of the mere personal goods of another, from any place, with a felonious intent to convert them to his (the taker's) own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the... "
The American Reports: Containing All Decisions of General Interest Decided ... - Page 117
by Isaac Grant Thompson - 1879
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Procedure and Evidence Relating to Indictable Offences, and Certain Rules ...

Samuel Prentice - Criminal law - 1882 - 345 pages
...personal goods of another, from any place, with a felonious intent, to convert them to his (the taker's) own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the owner. (2 Buss. on Crimes, 124.) But since this definition was given the law has been much altered ; a bailee...
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A Treatise on the Criminal Law of Canada

Samuel Robinson Clarke, Henry Pigott Sheppard - Criminal law - 1882 - 588 pages
...of the mere personal goods of another, with a felonious intent to convert them to his (the taker's) own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the owner, (y) The goods taken must, in the absence of any express statutory enactment, be personal goods, for...
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A Dictionary of English Law: Containing Definitions of the Technical Terms ...

Charles Sweet - Law - 1882 - 914 pages
...personal goods of another from any place, with a felonious intent to convert them to his (the taker's) own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the owner.1 This is sometimes called simple larceny, to distinguish it from Simple, larceny in a dwelling-house,...
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Defences to Crime: Disabilities of parties; agency; duress; accident ...

John Davison Lawson - Actions and defenses - 1885
...the personal goods of another from any place, with a felonious Intent to convert them to the taker's own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the wn er. If the property taken is not the property of the person who is described to be the owner in...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 14

Law reports, digests, etc - 1891
...personal goods of another from any place, with a felonious intent to convert, them to hie [the taker's] own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the owner.' But even this definition, though admitted by PARKE, В., to be the most complete of any, was thought...
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A Dictionary of American and English Law: With Definitions of the Technical ...

Stewart Rapalje, Robert Linn Lawrence - Law - 1888
...personal goods of another from any place, with a felonious intent to convert them to his (the taker') own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the owner. (2 Ruse. Cr. 123.) This is sometimes called "simple larceny,'1 to distinguish it from larceny in a...
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Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence in Criminal Cases, Volume 2

Henry Roscoe - Evidence, Criminal - 1888
...person of the mere personal goods of another with a felonious intent to convey them to his (the taker's) own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the owner."1 2 East, PC 553. In K. v. Holloway, 1 Den. CC 370, Parke, B., cited this definition with 1...
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New Commentaries on the Criminal Law Upon a New System of Legal ..., Volume 2

Joel Prentiss Bishop - Criminal law - 1892
...personal goods of another, from any place, with a felonious intent to convert them to his (the taker's) own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the owner." 2 East PC 553. 6. Grose, J. — " The felonious takingthe property of another, without his consent...
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A Manual of the Indian Penal Code (as Amended Up to Date)

Ratanlal Ranchhoddas - 1896 - 335 pages
...goods of another from any place, with a felonious intention to convert them to his ( the taker's ) own use, and make them his own property, without the consent of the owner " — Rus*ell, Difference between Larceny and Theft ;— 1. Under Larceny, the stolen property should...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 52

Law reports, digests, etc - 1898
..."signifies a felonious, wrongful, and fraudulent taking and carrying away by any person, of the personal goods of another, with the felonious Intent to convert...his own property, without the consent of the owner." Rap. Larceny, 1. These older views of what was a larceny have, to some extent, been modified by...
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