Trespass for cutting timber; defendant gave in evidence the following letter to him from the plaintiff: I will consent to your ... byfire, in the fir si place, and preferring that you should begin between B.a#39;s lot and the creek, etc. ; this was held to be merely a ... a license to. enter. Suffern v. Townsend, 9 Johns. Rep. 35. 55. And a license to enter does not imply a permission ... does not, of itself, contain a license to enter ; much less a license to enter and commit waste, by destroying the timber.
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