With a felonious intent; with the intention of committing a crime. Anindispensable word in modern indictments for felony, as felon ice was in the Latinforms. 4 Bl. Comm. 307; State v. Jesse. 1!) N. C. 300; State v. Smith. 31 Wash. 245. 71Pac. 707: State v. Halpin, 10 S. D. 170, 01 N. W. 005: People v. Willett. 102 N. Y. 251,0 N. E. 301 ; State v. Watson, 41 La. Ann. 598. 7 South. 125; State v. Bryan, 112 N. C.848, 16 S. E. 909.
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