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It will hardly (it should seem) be concluded,
that the creation of a perpetuity, and
that a perpetuity too in favour of waste and desolation,
would in this instance, any more than in any
other, be a fit object for Parliament to propose
to itself. [+] Yet such would be
the judgment virtually
proposed, by involved in any determination
which should
regard the objection
grounded on the supposed
extraordinary value
of the common right
to this very small
proportion of the
commoners, as affording
a peremptory bar to
the improvement of the
waste on the plan here
Not such as the condition would inevitably be
the result to which the spot must be inevitably doomed

(supposing the conduct of the legislature to be Parliament adhering all along to this its supposed
consistent purpose) if on the present occasion, the
objection grounded on the supposed superior extraordinary value
of the common right, to a in the instance of very small number proportion of the
of the Commoners, in comparison of the
were to be come looked upon as affording/any manageable a per
peremptory objection to the plan of improvement of the waste
to the plan of improvement here proposed
here proposed.

If, the even with the support of the plea of
afforded by the public exigency, the private plea
grounded on the interests of the vast majority of
the commoners is not strong enough to get
the bolder of prevail against outweigh the objection, still much less will
it be in when standing alone, as it would
do in the instance of any plan of improvement
originating with, and proposing the confined
in its object to the sole benefit of, the
Commoners. — that is the majority of the Commoners
If the stronger and the weaker plea are
not sufficient strong enough even when taken together. much less
can the weaker ever be, when taken standing alone. As


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