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" ... badly housed, badly fed, badly clothed, and badly paid for his labour. Our personal experience and observation, during our inquiry, has afforded us a melancholy confirmation of these statements; and we cannot forbear expressing our strong sense of... "
Condition and Prospects of Ireland and the Evils Arising from the Present ... - Сторінка 36
автори: Jonathan Pim - 1848 - 354 стор.
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A Consideration of the State of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century

Godfrey Locker Lampson, Godfrey Tennyson Lampson Locker-Lampson - 1907 - 699 стор.
...in 1845 that the peasantry of Ireland — " are badly housed, badly fed, badly clothed, badly paid, and we cannot forbear expressing our strong sense of the patient endurance which they have generally exhibited under sufferings greater, we believe, than the people of any other country...
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Peers Or People? The House of Lords Weighed in the Balances and Found ...

William Thomas Stead - 1907 - 264 стор.
...up with a land system which the Devon Commission declared inflicted upon them " greater sufferings than the people of any other country in Europe have to sustain." In 1870 Mr. Gladstone made his first attempt to give effect to the recommendations of the Devon Commission....
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The Economic History of Ireland from the Union to the Famine

George Augustine Thomas O'Brien - 1921 - 589 стор.
...subsistence ; he . is still badly housed, badly fed, badly clothed, and badly paid for his labour. We cannot forbear expressing our strong sense of the...the people of any other country in Europe have to sustain."2 The agricultural labourers were therefore as miserable as it was possible for any human...
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The Age of Reform, 1815-1870

Llewellyn Woodward - 1962 - 681 стор.
...Commissioners (see below, p. 35o) remarked upon the 'patient endurance' with which the Irish poor met 'sufferings greater, we believe, than the people of any other country in Europe have to sustain*. PP 1645, xix. 12. security of tenure nor a right to compensation. If a tenant left his holding at his...
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The Twentieth Century, Том 8

1880
...The Eeport adds that ' a vast number of them perished from want.' The Commission paid a tribute to ' the patient endurance which the labouring classes...people of any other country in Europe have to sustain.' One striking fact, new to many Englishmen, and at first puzzling to them, was brought out in the published...
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The Twentieth Century, Том 18

1885
...Ireland,] said the Devon Commission in 1845, ' are badly housed, badly fed, badly clothed, badly paid, and we cannot forbear expressing our strong sense of the patient endurance which they have generally exhibited under sufferings greater, we believe, than the people of any other country...
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The Twentieth Century, Том 16

1884
...system, which it declared in its Report ' inflicted upon the Irish agriculturists greater sufferings than the people of any other country in Europe have to sustain,' it reported strongly in favour of legislation to secure the tenant compensation for his improvements....
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Thomas Curson Hansard - 1846
...personal experience and observations during our inquiry have afforded us a melancholy confirmation of these statements. And we cannot forbear expressing...have generally exhibited under sufferings, greater, wo believe, than the people of any other country in Euj-ope have to sustain." And at page 36, already...
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Parliamentary Papers

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1846
...fine, to incite to sedition and insurrection a people whose patient endurance under sufferings, greater than the people of any other country in Europe have to sustain, is well known, not only to your honourable House, but to the farthest extremes of the civilized world...
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