By Frederick Clifford
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3 (as to the forest of Dean); 9 & 10 Will. III. (as to the New Forest). See also 29 Geo. II. c. 36, and 31 Geo. II. c. 41, authorizing, by consent, the inclosure of parts of any commons, in order to plant and preserve trees fit for timber and underwood. 2 8 Anne, c. 6. 3 13 Anne, c. 7. 4 Committee on Inclosures, 1797; post, p. 25 ; and see App. B. No. II. 5 That is, in the Statute-book. Many were printed privately by the parties, but are very difficult of access. , an Act (33 Geo. II. c. 5) for dividing and inclosing the open and commonfields,common meadows, common pastures, common grounds, and commonable lands within the parish, township and liberties of Sulgrave, in the county of Northampton, 22 Absolute ownership substituted for common interests in land.
C. 30). 3 23 Eliz. c. 6, post, p. 420. Much money was also spent in improving the harbour in the two previous reigns. 8 9 Hen. V I . c. 5. IMPROVEMENTS BY MUNICIPAL AUTHORITIES. 1 From the deepening of rivers for purposes of navigation, New cuts, the next step was to straighten them by new channels. The Corporation of London stand honourably first in undertaking this work, and were authorized in 1571 to bring the River Lea to the north side of London by " such a convenient and The Lea. 4 These and other early works of improvement were carried out by municipal bodies.
Harbour or river improvements such money as they could command from their corporate property, or as could be raised upon the security of the scanty rating powers granted by Parliament. The earliest docks at Liverpool and other ports were also built, under statutory powers, at the expense of municipalities. In Liverpool the Corporation, in the year 1709, were minded to lessen the dangers which beset ships entering their port " for want of proper landmarks, buoys and other directions," and for want also of a convenient wet dock or basin.
A History of Private Bill Legislation: by Frederick Clifford