For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. These practices were set out in customary by-laws which were agreed to by common consent and villages themselves were greatly involved with their enactment and enforcement. In the course of time, many of the by-laws were put into writing.
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The Journal of Economic History. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 May 2010. Volume 34, Issue 2. June 1974, pp. 503-504. Open-Field Farming in Medieval England: A Study of Village By-Laws. New York: Barnes and Noble Books, 1972. David O. Whitten (a1).
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