‘He was a brigand , impostor and forger,’ he says.
After nine years of brigandage , he turned back to Wessex and began to ‘contend for the kingdom.’
The code wasn't binding on the Royal and Imperial courts, and brigandage was a hanging offense.
Calvinus had died rich, the protector of innumerable sheep-farmers, the scourge of Southern brigandry .
In addition to the problem of local brigands , enemy raids were a hazard until the peace of 1699.
In February 1801 special criminal courts with wide powers were created to deal with brigandage .
After the Jacobite rebellion failed Rob continued his brigandry , and had his finger in more than one illegal pie.
It seems to have been brigandry , slave-trade, and other trade.
This was a reference to the place's reputation in the past as a dangerous spot for highwaymen and brigands .
Finally, it is useful to consider briefly the range of local military forces that bore on the suppression of brigandage .