Definition of Commonages
1. commonage [n] - See also: commonage
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commonages
Literary usage of Commonages
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by South Africa Supreme Court (1899)
"The only one with regard to commonages was concerning Knapp's Hope. There were some disputes as to people ploughing on the ..."
2. The Catholics of Ireland Under the Penal Laws in the Eighteenth Century by Patrick Francis Moran (1899)
"In one night twelve of the enclosures erected by landlords around those commonages were levelled to the ground. It was mostly at night that the work was ..."
3. Essex Institute Historical Collections by Essex Institute (1879)
"... with ye priviledges Arrearages commonages <& appurtenances whatsoever unto them ye sd Samuel Stone and Jacob Maiming in right as ..."
4. Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year by New-York Historical Society (1895)
"... and running westerly on a straight line to the west end of my land; containing 20 poles in width ; Also the use of ^ of my meadows and commonages, ..."
5. The History of Haverhill, Massachusetts from Its First Settlement, in 1640 by George Wingate Chase (1861)
"... exchanging of lands or commonages, if the town see cause, & therefore it is hereby ordered, that all the other town or other meetings whatever, ..."