2. That the expense of erecting, making, and maintaining the banks, dams, sluices, floodgates,
and other works, laid out as aforesaid, and also all the general watercourses necessary
for draining the marsh, swamp, or meadow ground secured from the overflow of the tide
by the aforesaid banks or works, as well as the expense of laying out the banks, works,
and watercourses, and every other necessary expense for the benefit of the company,
shall be defrayed by a tax, laid on the meadow ground secured from the overflow of
the tide as aforesaid, in manner hereafter directed.
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