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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Of the Description of the Defendant,
Of the substantial Description of the Offence
in the Body of the Indictment
Of alleging the Nature and Degree of the Offence
in technical Terms,
1. As against the Principal in the first Degree
2. Against Principals in the second degree
Of setting forth the Means and Manner of
committing the Offence, with the Circum-
stances immediately connected therewith
1. Forcible Means, &c.
2. Fraudulent Means, &c.
3. Illegal Solicitations, Attempts, and Endeavours
4. Misconduct in Office, Extortions, &c.
5. Illegal Combinations and Conspiracies
Of the Averment of Circumstances collateral
to the Act or Omission, which render that
Act or Omission criminal
Of the Description of Persons, Places, and
Things, connected with the Offence, with
Indictment founded upon Statutes
1. Recital of the Statute, and Effect of a Variance
2. Description of the Offence-1st, in Reference to
the Circumstances mentioned in the Purview,
and 2ndly, in Reference to the Language of
3. Conclusion against the Form of the Statute
2. Indirect, uncertain, double, and indefinite Alle-
3. Repugnancy-Doctrine of Surplusage-Use of
1. Of the Capias, and in what Cases more than
one is requisite
2. Of the Exigent and Outlawry
3. Writ of Proclamations
Of avoiding the Judgment, Writ of Error, &c.