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" It seems, that a common nuisance may be defined to be an offence against the public, either by doing a thing which tends to the annoyance of all the king's subjects, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. "
The Compleat English Copyholder : Or, a Guide to Lords of Manors, Justices ... - Pągina 421
per Sir Bartholomew Shower - 1735
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A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown: Or, A System of the Principal Matters ...

William Hawkins - 1777
...againft the publick, either by doing a thing which tends to the anno\ance of all the king's fubjecb, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. ., s Seil. 1. But annoyances to the infereft of particular perCo Liu. p. 5*6. fons are not puniftable...
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The Magistrate's Assistant: Or, A Summary of Those Laws, which Immediately ...

Samuel Glasse - 1788 - 544 pągines
...Hats. 197. public, cither by doing a thing which tends to the annoyance of all the king's fubjecl:, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. Annoyances to the prejudice of particular perfons, are not U. puniinable by a public piofecution as...
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The New Virginia Justice: Comprising the Office and Authority of a Justice ...

William Waller Hening - 1810 - 688 pągines
...the public, either by doing a thing which tends to the annoyance of all the commonwealth's citizens, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. 1 Haw. 197. 4 Bl. Com. 166. 2. Annoyances to the prejudice of particular persons are not punishable...
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The Political State of the British Empire: Containing a General ..., Volum 2

John Adolphus - 1818
...againfl the public, either by doing a thing which tends to the annoyance of all the king's iTii?>:'.£t*i or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. Annoyances affecting particular perfons only, are not punifhable by a public profecution, but are left...
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The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer, Volum 3

Richard Burn - 1820
...against the pub- Common lie, either by doing a thing which tends to the annoyance of all nuisance. the king's subjects, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. 1 Haw. c. 75, § 1. Annoyances to the prejudice of particular persons are not punishable by a public...
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A Practical Guide to the Quarter Sessions and Other Sessions of the Peace ...

William Dickinson - 1820 - 901 pągines
...nuisance is an offence against the public, either by doing a thing which tends to the annoyance of all the. king's subjects, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requirei. 1 Haw. c. 75To this definition may be referred all the precedents here inserted, contrary,...
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A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown: Or, A System of the Principal ..., Volum 1

William Hawkins - 1824
...defined to be an offence against the public, either by doing a thing which tends to the annoyance of all the king's subjects, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. 2 R. Abr. 83. Sect. 2. But annoyances to the interest of particular persons Co. Lit p. 56. are not...
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A Practical Treatise Upon the Authority and Duty of Justices of ..., Part 261

Daniel Davis - 1828 - 471 pągines
...the public, either by doing a thing which tends to the annoyance of all the Citizens of the state, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. But annoyances to the interest of particular persons are not punishable by a public prosecution as...
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A Treatise on the Law Relating to Highways

Robert Wellbeloved - 1829 - 646 pągines
...defined to be an offence against the public, either by doing a thing, which tends to the annoyance of all the king's subjects, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. On the other hand, annoyances to the interest of particular persons are not punishable by a public...
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The Provincial Justice, Or, Magistrate's Manual: Being a Complete Digest of ...

William Conway Keele - 1835 - 10 pągines
...against tlie public, either by doing a thing which leads to the annoyance of all the King's subject.-, or by neglecting to do a thing which the common good requires. I Haw. c. 75. ^ 1-i and ts a" indictable offence. A private nuisance, is anything done to the hurt or...
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