That he permit to abate. In old practice. A writ, in the nature of a writ of right, which lay to abate a nuisance. 3 Bl. Comm. 221. And see Conhocton Stone Road v. Ruft’alo, etc., R. Co., 51 N. Y. 579, 10 Am. Rep. 046; Powell v. Furniture Co., 34 W. Va. 804, 12 S. E. 1085, 12 L. It. A. 53; Miller v. True- hart, 4 Leigh (Va.) 577.
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