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Context of The law of commons and commoners, or, A treatise shewing the original and nature of common : and the several kinds thereof, viz. common appendant, appurtenant, estovers, turbary, peschary, and pur cause of vicinage, of commons in gross, and sans number, with the pleadings in reference to every of them : as also, the powers and privileges of commoners, in reference to the soil, to the Lord, to strangers, and of the remedies and actions they may have ... together with the learning of prescriptions in general, the form and manner of pleading prescription, in reference to common, in several rules ... with several forms of precedents adapted to every sort of common
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