APA Citation

Jacob, G. (1719). The laws of appeals and murder: Containing I. The nature of appeals in general; how commenced, and by whom prosecured in all Cases. II. Of Appeals and Murder, Manslaughter, &c. wherein are explained in numerous Instances, and adjudged Cases, Malice prepensed, the Laws of Duelling, Murder in Arrests, Riots, &c. Commanding to Kill, Intentions of Killing, Poisoning, Petit Treason, Stabbing, Justifiable Homicide, Homicide Excusable, &c. And also of Indictments for Murder, with a very great Variety of Select Precedents. III. Of Maihem, Rape, &c. The Laws and Statutes concerning them, and Appeals on those Heads; illustrated in several extraordinary Modern Cases, particularly of Rape: And Proceedings on Appeals of Murder, &c. With particular Directions for the entire Management of that Business. IV. Latin precedents in the whole course of appeals, (viz.) Original Writs. Declarations, Pleadings, Certiorars's ad Removend. &c. The Pleadings perused and approved by Sir Peter King, present Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, and Mr. Eyre, now one of the Justices of the King's Bench, and other celebrated Counsels. Compil'd from the manuscripts of an eminent practiser late of Lincoln's Inn, deceased. deceased. By G. Jacob, Gent. To which is added, an appeal of murder brough by Henry Young against Christopher Slaterford for the Murder of his Sister, tried at the Queen's Bench Bar, where the Defendant was convicted, and was afterwards executed at Guilford in the County of Surrey. Anno 8 Annae Reg. 1709. Also An Appeal brought by Reeves against Trindle who was Accessary to the Murder of a Custom-House-Officer on the Coast of Sussex and convicted. [London]: In the Savoy: printed by Eliz. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of Edward Sayer, Esq;) for Bernard Lintot, between the Temple-Gates.

Chicago Style Citation

Jacob, Giles. The Laws of Appeals and Murder: Containing I. The Nature of Appeals in General; How Commenced, and By Whom Prosecured in All Cases. II. Of Appeals and Murder, Manslaughter, &c. Wherein Are Explained in Numerous Instances, and Adjudged Cases, Malice Prepensed, the Laws of Duelling, Murder in Arrests, Riots, &c. Commanding to Kill, Intentions of Killing, Poisoning, Petit Treason, Stabbing, Justifiable Homicide, Homicide Excusable, &c. And Also of Indictments for Murder, With a Very Great Variety of Select Precedents. III. Of Maihem, Rape, &c. The Laws and Statutes Concerning Them, and Appeals On Those Heads; Illustrated in Several Extraordinary Modern Cases, Particularly of Rape: And Proceedings On Appeals of Murder, &c. With Particular Directions for the Entire Management of That Business. IV. Latin Precedents in the Whole Course of Appeals, (viz.) Original Writs. Declarations, Pleadings, Certiorars's Ad Removend. &c. The Pleadings Perused and Approved By Sir Peter King, Present Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, and Mr. Eyre, Now One of the Justices of the King's Bench, and Other Celebrated Counsels. Compil'd From the Manuscripts of an Eminent Practiser Late of Lincoln's Inn, Deceased. Deceased. By G. Jacob, Gent. To Which Is Added, an Appeal of Murder Brough By Henry Young against Christopher Slaterford for the Murder of His Sister, Tried At the Queen's Bench Bar, Where the Defendant Was Convicted, and Was Afterwards Executed At Guilford in the County of Surrey. Anno 8 Annae Reg. 1709. Also An Appeal Brought By Reeves against Trindle Who Was Accessary to the Murder of a Custom-House-Officer On the Coast of Sussex and Convicted. [London]: In the Savoy: printed by Eliz. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of Edward Sayer, Esq;) for Bernard Lintot, between the Temple-Gates, 1719.

MLA Citation

Jacob, Giles. The Laws of Appeals and Murder: Containing I. The Nature of Appeals in General; How Commenced, and By Whom Prosecured in All Cases. II. Of Appeals and Murder, Manslaughter, &c. Wherein Are Explained in Numerous Instances, and Adjudged Cases, Malice Prepensed, the Laws of Duelling, Murder in Arrests, Riots, &c. Commanding to Kill, Intentions of Killing, Poisoning, Petit Treason, Stabbing, Justifiable Homicide, Homicide Excusable, &c. And Also of Indictments for Murder, With a Very Great Variety of Select Precedents. III. Of Maihem, Rape, &c. The Laws and Statutes Concerning Them, and Appeals On Those Heads; Illustrated in Several Extraordinary Modern Cases, Particularly of Rape: And Proceedings On Appeals of Murder, &c. With Particular Directions for the Entire Management of That Business. IV. Latin Precedents in the Whole Course of Appeals, (viz.) Original Writs. Declarations, Pleadings, Certiorars's Ad Removend. &c. The Pleadings Perused and Approved By Sir Peter King, Present Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, and Mr. Eyre, Now One of the Justices of the King's Bench, and Other Celebrated Counsels. Compil'd From the Manuscripts of an Eminent Practiser Late of Lincoln's Inn, Deceased. Deceased. By G. Jacob, Gent. To Which Is Added, an Appeal of Murder Brough By Henry Young against Christopher Slaterford for the Murder of His Sister, Tried At the Queen's Bench Bar, Where the Defendant Was Convicted, and Was Afterwards Executed At Guilford in the County of Surrey. Anno 8 Annae Reg. 1709. Also An Appeal Brought By Reeves against Trindle Who Was Accessary to the Murder of a Custom-House-Officer On the Coast of Sussex and Convicted. [London]: In the Savoy: printed by Eliz. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of Edward Sayer, Esq;) for Bernard Lintot, between the Temple-Gates, 1719.

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