An offense against the public peace, or private wrong, committedby violently taking possession of lands and tenements with menaces, force, and arms,against the will of those entitled to the possession, and without the authority of law. 4Bl. Comm. 148; 4 Steph. Comm. 280; Code Ga. 1S82,
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