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" In most cases, whatever is done in the way of building or fencing is done by the tenant, and in the ordinary... "
The condition and prospects of Ireland: and the evils arising from the ... - Сторінка 334
автори: Jonathan Pim - 1848 - 354 стор.
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Thomas Curson Hansard - 1870
...proposition which is now greeted with shouts of " No, no," in the most absolute manner. They said — " It i> admitted on all hands that, according to the general...Ireland, the landlord builds neither dwelling-house nor farm offices, nor puts fences nor gates, 4o., in order, whether he leases his Innd to a tenant or not....
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The Saxon in Ireland: or, The rambles of an Englishman in search of a ...

John Hervey Ashworth - 1851
...appear strange to an English ear. We learn from the report of the Land Occupation Commissioners, that " it is admitted on all hands, that, according to the general practice in Ireland, the landlord neither builds dwelling-houses, nor farm-offices, nor puts fences, gates, &c. in good order, before...
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Pepers, Letters, And Speeches in the Hose of Commons on the Irish Land Question

William Shee - 1863
...tenantry, in a manner that would conduce at * once to their own interest and the public advantage. It is admitted on all hands, that, according to the general practice in Ireland, the landlord neither builds dwelling-houses nor farm-offices, nor puts fences, gates, &c., in good order before...
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Papers ... Letters [and Speeches].

William Shee - 1863
...their tenantry, in a manner that would conduce at once to their own interest and the public advantage. It is admitted on all hands, that according to the general practice in Ireland, the landlord neither builds dwelling-houses nor farm offices, nor puts fences, gates, &c., in good order before...
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The Co-operator, Том 3,Випуск 35

1863
...condition of the relations of landlord and tenant in Ireland in 184G :— "It ia admitted on all handa, that according to the general practice in Ireland, the landlord builds neither dwelling-houses nor farm offices, nor puts fences, gates, &«„ into good repair, l>efore ha Jets...
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Ireland: Industrial, Political, and Social

1870 - 487 стор.
...the arrangement between landlord and tenant. In Ireland the case is wholly different. The smallnesa of the farms, as they are usually let, together with...Ireland the landlord builds neither dwelling-house nor farm offices, nor puts fences, gates, &c., into good order before he lets his land to a tenant. I Arthur...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Thomas Curson Hansard - 1870
...proposition which is now greeted with shouts of "No, no," in the most absolute manner. They said — '' It is admitted on all hands that, according to the general practice in Ireland, the landlord build» neither dwelling-house nor farm offices, nor pats fences nor gates, ¿to., in order, whether...
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The Statesman: a monthly review of home & foreign politics, ed. by R. Knight

Robert Knight - 1880
...regards the rent the advance has been enormous." The Devon Commissioners, who were all landlords, say : " It is admitted on all hands that, according to the...general practice in Ireland, the landlord builds neither a dwelling-house nor farm-steading, nor puts fences, gates, &c., into good order before he lets to...
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The Irish problem and how to solve it, an historical and critical review of ...

Irish problem - 1881
...by themselves for their own purposes, ironically called courts of justice ! The commissioners add, " It is admitted on all hands that, according to the...Ireland, the landlord builds neither dwellinghouse nor farm offices, nor puts fences, gates, etc., into good order, before he lets his land to a tenant. The...
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The Victorian Review, Том 5

H. Mortimer Franklyn - 1882
...improvements. The words of the Devon Commission on that point are very clear. They are as follows : — "It is admitted on all hands that, according to the...Ireland, the landlord builds neither dwelling-house nor farm-house, nor puts fences, gates, &c., into good order, before he lets his land to a tenant. In most...
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