The Irish Land Bills of the Late Government Considered with Reference to Sounder Legislation for England and Ireland: In a Letter to the Members of Both Houses of Parliament
Hodges & Smith, 1853 - 75 стор.
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The Irish Land Bills of the Late Government Considered With Reference to ...
William Tighe Hamilton
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William Tighe Hamilton
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Сторінка 26 - The relation of landlord and tenant shall be deemed to be founded on the express or implied contract of the parties, and not upon tenure or service...
Сторінка 38 - I think, dear, you are a little too much inclined to talk to him in a manner, or to let him talk to you in a manner that is almost like flirting. I know how difficult it is to draw the line between what is and what is not flirting ; and I daresay you will think me very absurd, dear—" " I don't think you at all absurd.
Сторінка 12 - In order to permit the public to become acquainted with, and freely to criticise these bills,'Mr. Napier has considerately had them printed as pamphlets, in a short and concise form, stripped of the unintelligible law jargon which even lawyers scarcely understand. In this convenient shape they have obtained a wide circulation, and...
Сторінка 35 - The only possible way in which this can be done is by establishing a system of discriminating remedies.
Сторінка 24 - Napier's published speech, in which he says, that " he had abolished all those fictions which were remnants of feudal times.