Moreover, if the soldiers themselves are to cultivate that common land
which is appropriated for their support, there will be no distinction between the soldier and the husbandman, which the legislator intended there should be; and if there should be any others who are to cultivate the private property of the husbandman and the common lands
of the military, there will be a fourth order in the state which will have no share in it, and always entertain hostile sentiments towards it.
They must lead somewhere --to something else than common land
, more palmy than the palms.
A BUSINESSMAN who has laid claim to a number of ancient lordships is believed to be behind a controversial attempt to sell a piece of common land
The Open Spaces Society urged its members in Wales during the campaign to lobby their council candidates for their support for public paths, open spaces, common land
and village greens.
The Open Spaces Society is urging its members in Wales to lobby their council candidates for their support for public paths, open spaces, common land
and village greens.
With some exceptions, much of this common land
was lost as a result of the Enclosure Acts, but with the keeping of animals becoming more commonplace, I wonder if Birmingham City Council might consider setting aside open land for animals to grace on.
THE NFU has reported shocking levels of hardship among those farming the region's common land
in the wake of delays to agricultural payments.
I SEE that Coventry Council are at it again, letting little bits of information out to prepare the citizens for the big bang when they say they are going to sell common land
(that belongs to all of us) to help pay off the debts that they have incurred.
A Trading Standards investigation concluded that the advertisement for the Common Land
did breach part of the Unfair Trading Regulations, but it took no action.
IN MY OPINION, the English and Welsh governments need to provide better protection for our common land
6 bighas of government land, besides village common land
, Himachal government officials said on Friday.
EVERY 10 years, the Countryside Council for Wales is required by law to review the maps of open access to mountain, moor, heath, and registered common land