A tract of land in the county of Kent, England, containing twenty- four thousand acres, governed by certain ancient and equitable laws of sewers, composed by Henry de Bathe, a venerable judge iu the reign of king Henry III.; from which laws all commissioners of sewers in England may receive light and direction. 3 Bl. Comm. 73, note t; 4 Inst. 276.

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