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F1. . .Provided also, that neither this Act, nor anything which may be done under or by virtue thereof, shall authorize to be made any embankment, erection, or encroachment, without the consent of [F2the Secretary of State], and, where the consent of any grantee of the office of admiral or vice-admiral might have been required by law if this Act had not been passed, the consent also of such grantee, in or upon the shore of any harbour, or the bank of any navigable river so far as the tide flows up the same, or shall give to or confer upon any person any right, title, estate, or interest to or in any such embankment, erection, or encroachment already made, other than what he may legally have at the time of the passing of this Act, or confer upon any person whatsoever any right, title, estate, or interest whatsoever in any lands or soil whereon the tide of the sea flows and re-flows.
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