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" It must have been peaceable, and acquiesced in; not subject to contention and dispute. (£) For as customs owe their original to common consent, their being immemorially disputed, either at law or otherwise, is a proof that such consent was wanting. "
A Compendium and Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts - Σελίδα 372
των Massachusetts, William Charles White - 1811
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...end. 3. It must have been peacenik, and acquiesced in ; not subject to contention and dispute. (I) For as customs owe their original to common consent,...otherwise, is a proof that such consent was wanting. r Dr. »nd St. 1. 10. f Oro. Car.516. r Hob. 85. b Litl. 5 212. 4 Insl. r?4. i Co. Lin. 113. k Ibid....

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