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Author: Keble, Joseph, 1632-1710.
Title: An assistance to justices of the peace, for the easier performance of their duty.: By Jos. Keble, of Grays Inn, Esq.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An assistance to justices of the peace, for the easier performance of their duty.: By Jos. Keble, of Grays Inn, Esq.
Keble, Joseph, 1632-1710.

London: Printed by W. Rawlins, S. Roycroft, and H. Sawbridge, Assigns of R. and E. Atkins Esq; for Samuel Keble at the Turks Head over against Fetter Lane End in Fleet-street, MDCLXXXIII [1683]
Subject terms:
Justices of the peace -- Great Britain.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87648.0001.001

Contents
Aedes Christi in Academia Oxoniensi
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TO THE READER.
A TABLE FOR THE Ready finding the PRESIDENTS contained in Keble's Justice of Peace. * Note that such Presidents as are not under their proper Heads, may be found under the Titles Indictments, Warrants and Mittimus.
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THE PARTICULAR CLAUSES OF STATUTES OF THE Order and Introduction of the Power of keep∣ing the PEACE.
Statuta H. 3.
Statuta Ed. 1.
Statuta Ed. 2.
Statuta Ed. 3.
Statuta Rich. 2.
Statuta Hen. 4.
Statuta Hen. 5.
Statuta Hen. 6.
Statuta Ed. 4.
Statuta Rich. 3.
Statuta Hen. 7.
Statuta Hen. 8.
Statuta Edw. 6.
Statuta Ph. & Mar.
Statuta Eliz.
Statuta Jac.
Statuta Car. 1.
Statuta Car. 2.
Statuta 15 Car. 2.
Statuta 16 Car. 2.
Statuta 17 Car. 2.
Statuta 18 Car. 2.
Statuta 19 Car. 2.
Statuta 20 Car. 2.
Statuta 22 Car. 2.
Statuta 22 & 23 Car. 2.
Statuta 25 Car. 2.
Statuta 29 Car. 2.
Statuta 29 & 30 Car. 2.
Statuta 30 Car. 2.
Statuta 31 & 32 Car. 2.
Statuta 32 Car. 2.
Several Heads wherein Lambert, Crompton, and Dalton are Reduced, and the Particu∣lar Statutes accommodate to present use.
Abby.
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Abjuration.
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Accessary.
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Account.
Addition.
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Affray.
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Admiral.
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Ale.
Alien & Allegiance.
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Amerciaments.
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Apparel.
Appeal.
Appearance.
Apprentice.
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Attainder.
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Averment.
Bail.
Bailiff.
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Bankrupts.
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Baron & Feme.
Bastardy.
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Books.
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part
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Cattel.
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Certiorari & Certificate.
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Church & Church wardens.
Cinque-Ports.
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Collusion.
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Common.
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Conjuration.
Conspiracy.
Constable.
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Corn.
Coron.
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Costs,
Days.
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Dignity.
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Drapery.
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Ecclesiastick Persons.
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Enquest.
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Escape.
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Execution.
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Fees.
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Fish.
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Force.
Forest.
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Forfeitures.
Forgery.
Fowl.
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Franchise.
Fresh Suit.
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Games.
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Good Behaviour.
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Hostler.
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Husbandry.
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Imprisonment.
Indictment.
Infant.
Information.
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Inrolement.
Intendment.
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Justices.
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(Leather.)
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(Leet.)
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(License.)
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(Maintenance.)
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(Merchants)
(Market Overt.)
(Marriage.)
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(Masons.)
(Mettle.)
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(Measures.)
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(Mony.)
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(Nosme and Name.)
(Notice.)
(Nusance.)
(Oath.)
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(Officer.)
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(Ordinary.)
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(Pardon.)
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(Peace.)
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(Physicians.)
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(Pleading.)
POOR
POPE.
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Process.
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Proof.
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Purveyors.
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Recognizance.
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Religion.
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Riot.
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Sewers.
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Sheriffs.
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Slander.
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Supersedeas.
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Taxes.
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Tythes.
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Treason.
Trespass.
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Victuals.
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Ʋsury.
Ʋtlary.
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Ways.
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Wales.
War.
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VVax.
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VVine.
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Woods.
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VVomen.
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A Recital of several GENERAL and PARTICULAR HEADS of Reference.