Parliamentary Papers, Volumen16

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Página 58 - Water not being such as aforesaid, but which shall be private Property, or in which there shall be any private Right of Fishery...
Página 456 - Fresh rivers, of. what kind soever, do of common right belong to the owners of the soil adjacent, so that the owners of the one side have, of common right, the propriety of, the soil, and consequently...
Página 456 - a right of franchise or privilege, that no man may set up a common ferry for all passengers, without a prescription time out of mind, or a charter from the king. He may make a ferry for his own use or the use of his family, but not for the common use of all the king's subjects passing that way...
Página 433 - Barons, or five of them at the least, of whom, the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench, the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and the Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer, or one of...
Página 456 - ... that is called an arm of the sea where the sea flows and reflows...
Página 58 - Whosoever shall unlawfully and wilfully kill, wound, or take any house dove or pigeon under such circumstances as shall not amount to larceny at common law, shall, on conviction before a justice of the peace, forfeit and pay, over and above the value of the bird, any sum not exceeding two pounds.
Página 58 - ... the amount of the injury done, such sum of money, not exceeding five pounds, as to the justice shall seem meet...
Página 235 - In rivers not navigable, the proprietors of the land have the right of fishery on their respective sides : and it generally extends ad filum medium aquae. But in navignble rivers, the proprietors of the land on each side have it not ; the fishery is common ; it is, prima facie, in the king, and is public.
Página xxvi - Report, — put, and agreed to. Question, That this Report, as amended, be the Report of the Committee to the House, — put and agreed to.
Página 37 - Par" liament, with the assent aforesaid, hath granted that " the Mayor or Warden of London, for the time being, " shall have the Conservancy of the Statutes afore" said, and shall make due execution thereof, and like " punishment as is before ordained as to Justices of " the peace, in the said water of Thames from...

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