as pasture for the cattle of all the owners, and in some cases for the cattle of other persons as well; each owner is called a “severalty owner,” and his rights of pasture are called “severalty rights,” as opposed to the rights of persons not owners. Cooke, Incl. Acts, 47, 103u.
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