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The indaba began upon small matters, a recent dispute or two as to the ownership of cattle, or of land commonage, and so forth.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
In 1663 this house was called the Goat, and enjoyed the right of commonage for two cows and one heifer upon Chelsea Heath.
The Abbot of Gloucester had ninety acres of land in Walmore, at eight pence an acre rent, for cultivation, but not for commonage.
THE FOREST OF DEANH. G. NICHOLLS
His pony was only grazing on the town commonage hard by; he could have him brought in less than half an hour.
A VELDT OFFICIALBERTRAM MITFORD
This city affords a beautiful, fashionable commonage along the quay, which surrounds the basin formed by the River Alsten.

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