The Wardington Inclosure Act was passed in 1761. Its purpose was to divide and inclose the open and common fields, common meadows, common grounds and waste ground within Wardington, Williamscott and Coton, all within the county of Oxford. The Act does not, however, specify who was to be granted lands subsequent to the inclosure. This was dealt with at a later date.
Below is a link to a faithful reproduction of the Wardington Inclosure Act. You will need Adobe Acrobat in order to view it (freely downloadable from the Adobe website (adobe.com). Click on the icon below to view the Act.