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S. T. Common-good: or, The improvement of commons, forrests, and chases, by inclosure. : Wherein the advantage of the poor, the common plenty of all, and the increase and preservation of timber, with other things of common concernment, are considered. By S.T

England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I). By the King in calling to our princely remembrance, that in the late rebellion vpon pretence of depopulation and vnlawfull inclosures, the greatest number of the offenders have not beene proceeded with according to iustice and their traiterous deseruings ...