By Frederick Clifford
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9. 22 Hen. VIII. c. 3. RIVER FLOODS—THE THAMES. " In 1580-1, therefore, eight years more were assigned for this reclamation. 2 On the opposite bank the river made repeated breaches at Dagenham and Havering; and again Daggham Parliament more than once supplied the requisite authority ing. 3 While these efforts were made to win land from sea or river, or secure it from encroachment, Parliament was called upon to aid in a work which, for good or for evil, did still more to change the face of the country.
3 In the reign of George I. sixteen inclosures were sanctioned ; the next reign produced 226 ; under George III. Cl°" general scope. We find, then, as might have been expected from the rude conditions of agriculture already described, that the partition and inclosure of open and commonable fields had even more to do with the promotion of such bills than a wish to appropriate commons. Of thirty-four inclosures authorized in the year 1760, only six apply exclusively to wastes; the rest are either for dividing and inclosing open fields and commonable lands only,6 or include both open fields and wastes.
3. 1 By 15 Car. II. c. 1, in the counties of Hertford, Huntingdon and Cambridge . In 1346 a toll for *' pavage' * was levied by the City authorities on vehicles passing from St. Giles'sin-the-Fields to Temple Bar. The first statute sanctioning tolls was that cited. See post. Chap. " 2 Report of Royal Commission of 1840 on State of Roads in England and Wales, p. 9. 3 See statutes passed in 1424, and subsequently, for surveying and amending defaults in the Lea and other rivers, cited post, pp. 404 et seq.
A History of Private Bill Legislation: by Frederick Clifford