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Law of highways (extract) PDF Print E-mail
Law of Highways

by Shelford
published 1862


Just a useful extract from this book,  there must be many more if someone gets hold of a copy!!

page 8
“A common street and public Highway, though formerly distinguished, are now equally public ways”.


Highway ; "the general term applied to all public ways which include carriageways, cartways, horseways, bridleways, footways, causeways, churchways and pavements."

Updated 4/6/2004  R.Kennedy


Last Updated ( Friday, 10 November 2006 )