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A Letter to Lord Howick: On a Legal Provision for the Irish Poor ...
Nassau William Senior
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able-bodied poor admitted advowson afforded agricultural allowance amount appears applied arrears assessment assistance believe Bill to amend burthen Catholic Church Church of England classes clergy Committee commutation compulsory provision consequences deficiency depend deserted children difference diminish distress district doubt Doyle Doyle's duties effect emigration endowment England evidence evils existence expense failure of crops favour feel forethought fund habits House of Lords idleness improvidence increase industry infanticide institutions Ireland Irish labour kirk session land landlord Laws respecting Lincolnshire LORD HOWICK M'Culloch marriage means mendicity ment mode moral natural neighbours nished object Orange party parish party pauperism payment persons poor laws poor rate population portion present priest principle produce proportion proposed public charity question refusal relief religion rent revenue scarcely Scotland sory standard of enjoyment subsistence supply supposed system of poor tenants tendency tion tithes vate voluntary wages whole