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" ... by every means in his power. He may disperse, or assist in dispersing, those who are assembled; he may stay those who are engaged in it from executing their purpose ; he may stop and prevent others whom he shall see coming up, from joining the rest... "
A Treatise on Criminal Law - Halaman 428
oleh Francis Wharton - 1896
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Commentaries on the Liberty of the Subject and the Laws of England ..., Volume 1

James Paterson - 1877 - 468 halaman
...called upon by the magistrate, to do bis utmost in assisting him to suppress any tumultuous assembly. If the riot be general and dangerous, he may arm himself against the evildoers to keep the peace. It is undoubtedly more prudent, included in this special protection, such as churches, chapels, houses,...
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A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, Volume 1

Sir William Oldnall Russell, Charles Sprengel Greaves - 1877 - 809 halaman
...he »he authority, but it is An ˇinunden duly as a good subject of the King to perform this to thf evil doers to keep the peace." " It would undoubtedly be more prudent to attend, end be assistant to...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 150

1879
...prevent those whom he may see coming up from joining the rest ; and not only has he authority, but it is his bounden duty, as a good subject of the king, to...general and dangerous, he may arm himself against the evil doers to keep the peace. Such was the opinion of all the judges in the reign of Queen Elizabeth...
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Constitution of Canada: The British North America Act, 1867; Its ...

Joseph Doutre - 1880 - 414 halaman
...others whom he may see coming up from joining the rest, and not only has he the authority, but it is his bounden duty as a good subject of the King, to...reign of Queen Elizabeth in a case called the Case of Anns (see R. v. Inhabitants of Wigan, 1 W. Bl., 47) ; although the Judges add, that it would be more...
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Reports of State Trials: New Series... 1820 to [1858]...

Great Britain. State Trials Committee - 1891
...others whom he shall see coming up from joining the rest ; and not only has he the authority, but it is his bounden duty, as a good subject of the King, to...to keep the peace. Such was the opinion of all the jncfges of England, in the time of Queen Elizabeth, in a case called "The Case of Armee," (Popham'e...
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Reports of State Trials: New Series... 1820 to [1858]...

Great Britain. State Trials Committee - 1891
...others whom he shall see coming up from joining the rest ; and not only has he the authority, but it is his bounden duty, as a good subject of the King, to perform this to the utmost of hie ability. If the riot be general and dangerous, he may arm himself against the evildoers, to keep...
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The Irish Constable's Guide

Sir Andrew Reed - 1895 - 506 halaman
...others •whom he shall sec coming up from joining the rest ; and not only has he authority, but it is his bounden duty as a good subject of the King, to perform this to the utmost of his ability. Jf the riot be general and dangerous, he may arm himself to keep the peace. It would undoubtedly be...
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The Criminal Law of India

John Dawson Mayne - 1904 - 1119 halaman
...others whom he shall see coming up from joining the rest ; and not only has he the authority, but it is his bounden duty as a good subject of the King, to...himself against the evildoers to keep the peace." He then pointed out, that though the co-operation of the civil authorities was desirable, it was not...
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Manual of Military Law: War Office, 1907

Great Britain. War Office - 1907 - 802 halaman
...suppressing any tumultuous assembly (d). Extract 15. "if the riot be general and dangerous, every subject may " arm himself against the evil-doers to keep the peace. Such was " the opinion of all the judges of England in the time of Queen " Elizabeth in a case called 'The case of Arms' (Popham's Rep., " 121)...
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Select Statutes, Cases, and Documents to Illustrate English Constitutional ...

Sir Charles Grant Robertson - 1904 - 452 halaman
...prevent others whom he shall see coming up with the rest ; and not only has he the authority, but it is his bounden duty, as a good subject of the King to...he may arm himself against the evildoers, to keep tho peace. Such was the opinion of all the judges of England in the time of Queen Elizabeth, in a case...
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