Yantlet creek. Rex, versus James Mountague, W.L. Newman, John Nelson, and four others. Report of the trial on an indictment against the defendants in consequence of their having cut through an embankment at Grain Bridge for the purpose of restoring the junction of the waters of the rivers Thames and Medway in and through Yantlet creek. Taken in short-hand by W.B. Gurney

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