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" the ownership of the shore, as between the public and the King, has been settled in favor of the King: but . . . this ownership is, and had been immemorially, liable to certain general rights of egress and regress, for fishing, trading, and other uses... "
An Essay on the Rights of the Crown and the Privileges of the Subject in the ... - Page 119
by Robert Gream Hall - 1830 - 301 pages
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Hall's Essay on the Rights of the Crown and the Privileges of the Subject in ...

Robert Gream Hall, Richard Loveland Loveland - Coasts - 1875 - 822 pages
...the public, and the King's (z) [See remarks on the case of Dickens v. Shaw, post.] (a) P. 22, ante. right is opposed to the general right of the subject,...which is not within the limited scope of our subject. As to derelict Let us now proceed to inquire how the law stands with vion.a" " regard to tracts of...
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The Michigan Alumnus, Volumes 77-78

Cooking - 1970 - 728 pages
...the law developed that "the ownership of the shore has been settled in favor of the King: but . . . has been immemorially liable to certain general rights...regress, for fishing, trading, and other uses claimed ... by his subjects." American law adopted the general idea of trusteeship, but rarely applied it to...
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Research News, Volumes 21-23

University of Michigan. Office of Research Administration - Science - 1970 - 570 pages
...the law developed that "the ownership of the shore has been settled in favor of the King: but . . . has been immemorially liable to certain general rights...regress, for fishing, trading, and other uses claimed ... by his subjects." American law adapted this general idea of trusteeship, but rarely applied it...
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Environmental Citizen Action: Hearings, Ninety-second Congress ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation - Citizen suits (Civil procedure) - 1971 - 638 pages
...the King, has been settled in favor of the King; but, as before observed, this ownership is, and had been immemorially, liable to certain general rights...the fisheries, the revenues and the public safety . . . .19 Thus, whatever restraints the law might have imposed upon the King, it was nonetheless within...
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