Gleanings in Ireland After the Land Acts

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E. Stanford, 1883 - Agriculture - 115 pages
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Page 77 - I think the poor man ought to be allowed to judge what investment he prefers, and that it is no part of the duty of the state to narrow the field of his choice.
Page 47 - BilI rejected. proposed three things: that leaseholders should be admitted to the benefit of the Land Act...
Page 52 - Irish rents are paid to absentees, it must be borne in mind that, a very large proportion of that total is spent in Ireland itself on improving those estates.

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