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Extracted from M’Culloch's Geographical Dictionary, in reference to the Distribution of Property in Fee in the several Counties of Ireland.

Antrim........... Property in very great estates—but large portions of some of them are leased for ever—farms small.

Armagh..........Property to a great extent in the hands of the church, &c.—some good estates—minor estates numerous— farms very small, from two and five to twenty-five acres.

Carlow ........... Estates middle sized—minute subdivision of land less than elsewhere.

Cavan............Some large estates—greater number moderate size.

Clare.............. Estates large—tillage farms very small.

Cork .............. Property principally in very large estates.

Donegal .........Property in very large estates—but some let on leases for ever.

Down............. Some large estates—a fair proportion of medium size—

farms very small. Dublin ...........Property a good deal subdivided. Fermanagh...... Distribution of property not stated—farms of all sizes,

but the majority very small.

Galway .......... Estates mostly very large—tillage farms mostly very small, and very generally let on the partnership system.

Kerry ............ Property mostly in very large estates—but some leased

for ever—some rather extensive dairy farms, but tillage farms generally very small. Kildare...........Some very large estates, but property, notwithstanding, a good deal divided. Kilkenny........ Property mostly in very large estates. King's Co....... Estates mostly very large—tillage farms small, but some grazing farms very extensive. Leitrim .......... Property in very large estates—tillage farms small, and frequently held in partnership.

Limerick......... Property in very large estates–tillage farms mostly very large, but some extensive grazing farms. Londonderry....Almost all held by London Companies. Longford.........Property mostly in large estates. Louth.............Estates of a medium size. Mayo.............Property in a few hands. Meath............Some large estates, but property better divided than in most Irish counties. Monaghan....... Some large and a great many small estates. Queen's Co......Estates mostly large—but many of them are let on perpetual leases, the head lessees on these estates forming the middle class of gentry. Roscommon.....Estates very large—many let on perpetual leases, &c. Sligo..............A few pretty large estates—but a considerable proportion divided among small proprietors. Tipperary.......Some very large estates, but many of moderate size— tillage farms very small, and mostly held under middlemen; the con-acre very prevalent, but less so than in Connaught.

Tyrone........... Property mostly in very large estates.
Waterford ......Estates for the most part very large.
Westmeath...... Property in moderate sized estates—grazing grounds

extensive—tillage farms much subdivided. Wexford..........Property in pretty considerable estates—less subdi

vision of land than in most other Irish counties. Wicklow.........Estates mostly large.

APPENDIX CC.

Extracted from M’Culloch's Geographical Dictionary, in reference to the Distribution of Property in Fee in the several Counties of England and Wales.

Bedford ...............Some large estates—but property notwithstanding a good deal subdivided. Berkshire ............ Property much subdivided—a third of county occupied by proprietors. Bucks..................There are some large estates. Cambridge............Estates of all sizes—some large—but many small— some being worth only £20, £50, to £100 per annum—size of farms equally various. Cheshire...............Estates for the most part large—farms mostly small. Cornwall...............Property much divided, and “vexatiously intermixed"—farms for the most part small. Cumberland ......... Property much divided—a few large estates—but by far the largest portion of the county in small properties, worth £10, £20, or £200 per annum. Derby..................(Not stated). Devon..................Property much divided. Dorset .................Property in large estates-farms mostly large. Durham ............... Much property belongs to the church—also some large estates—but property is notwithstanding a good deal subdivided. Essex ..................Estates of all sizes, from £5 to £20,000 per annum. Moderate sized farms, occupied by their owners. Gloucester............Estates and farms of all sizes. Hampshire............Estates mostly large—farms of all sizes. Hereford...............Property very variously divided—a few large estates —many medium, and some small. Hertford ..............Few large estates—farms not generally large. Huntingdon ......... Estates generally extensive.

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Kent .................. Property much divided – no great estates. Yeomanry of Kent a very superior class, and some, besides their own, occupy extensive hired farms. Land in Kent held by the tenure of gavelkind, descending, in the event of the father dying intestate, not to the eldest son, but to all the sons alike in equal portions. Lancaster ............Some large estates, but property a good deal subdivided. Leicester...............Property mostly in large estates. Lincoln ...............Property very variously divided-estates from £25,000 a year to £5; but the great majority small. Middlesex ............Property is very much divided. Monmouth............Some large estates, but property a good deal divided. Norfolk ...............Estates of all sizes, from £40,000 a-year downwards. Northampton......... Estates generally large—few large farms. Northumberland ...Estates of all sizes, but mostly large. Nottingham .........Estates of all sizes—many small. Oxford ...............But few large estates—farms generally small. Rutland ... ... Estates and farms of various sizes. Salop ..................Property variously divided—some estates very large —while many are of very inferior degrees of size. Somerset...............Property variously divided—some large estates— a good deal of land occupied by yeomen-farmers. Stafford ...............Estates varying from £10,000 a year down to £2. Suffolk ............... Property much divided—a good deal in the hands of respectable yeomen who farm their own estates. Surrey ...............No very large estates—farms of all sizes. Sussex...... ....Property much divided. Warwick ............Some estates very large—others small. Westmoreland........Similar to Cumberland. Wiltshire ...... ......Some large estates—but property much subdivided. Worcester ............Estates of all sizes—farms mostly small. York ..................Property in the West and North Ridings very much sub-divided. In the East Riding less subdivided than in most parts of England—many families in this riding have held their estates for centuries.

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APPENDIX DD.

A Comparative Statement of the Exports by steam vessels, of Horned Cattle, Pigs, and Eggs, from the Ports of Dublin, Cork, and Waterford, in the first Ten Months of the years 1846 and 1847.

HORNED CATTLE.

IN 1846 IN 1847

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