Essay on the Rights of the Crown and the Privileges of the Subject in the Sea Shores of the Realm

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ... The references in Roman numerals are to pages in the Appendix. Page bbot of Benedict Hulm, Case of. 57, xvii, lxxxiii of Ramsey, Case of.. 118, xxvi, lxxxvii of Peterborough, Case of. 119, xxvi, Ixxxvi of St. Austin's, Case of xi, Ixxxvi of Tichfend, Case of... xviii, Ixxxi Abridgments, &c., on Crown's Right to the Shore, cited by Mr. Serjeant Merewether: --Bacon. xcix Comyns xcix Fitzherbert lxxxii, Ixxxix Rolle xcix Statham lxxxii, Ixxxix Viner xcix Acts Of Ownership, continuous, may show the shore to be parcel of a manor. See " Ownership...".. 15 may raise presumption of lost grant 15 in one part of a bank no evidence of ownership of a particular spot 101 Adverse Possession, title by 22, 23, 24 may be confirmed by statute law but not by prescriptive rights to wreck, &c 39 Agriculture, advantages to, from a right to dig for manures on the shore 211,216 Alienation Of Crown Lands, prohibited 106 Alluvion, defined 108, 109, xi, xxv belongs to the owner of the adjacent terra firma.. 111, xxvi as to the ownership when it is produced by artificial causes 111 what ownership of adjacent soil entitles to it...112 as copyhold 113 as freehold 113 Page Alluvion (continued)--the lord's right 113,114 as to the lord's claim when the alluvion is waste.. 114 same as imperceptible derelictions....114,126 title to, whether it lie in custom or prescription 118,120, xii, xxvii distinguished from " derelict land" 125 meaning of imperceptible 126, 127 Crown hath title to sudden increase. 126, 129, xi, xxvi is not by sudden accession 130, xxvii America, when rivers navigable in 4 to whom the shore belongs 13 grants from the State construed strictly....21-as to obstructions in rivers 44 several fishery 48 navigation 48 law of, as to alluvion 111 law of, as to...

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