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commonable

of land, held in common.
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An Act for Dividing, Allotting, and Inclosing the Open and Common Fields, Common Pastures, and such other Commonable Lands and Waste Grounds, as are within and soley belonging to the Lordship of Caistor, in the County of Lincoln, 1796.
In 1469 he served on two juries dealing with disputes over common lands and approved a grant of commonable land outside Gosford Gate to the Prior, as compensation for damage done to his land at Hesilwood.
For Buchanan Sharp, the characteristic rioters of the western forests were the virtually landless rural artisans whose economy of expedients was dominated by the commonable resources of woodland.