On the Public Debt,: With a Plan for Its Final Extinction..

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Pelham Richardson, 1839 - Debts, Public - 31 pages
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Page 49 - ... to be a sum composed of the net annual value at which the premises so occupied by such man shall be rated (as they are hereby required to be) to the relief of the poor, and of the amount of the sums at which the landlord's repairs and the landlord's insurance shall be estimated and stated in any rate...
Page 42 - The great importance of the duties entrusted to sheriffs, in relation to the administration of justice, and the extent of interests involved in their due exercise, especially in the metropolis, almost demonstrate that such corporate bodies as we have described, limited in numbers, sectarian, exclusive, and often intolerant in opinions, ought not to have the appointment of officers entrusted with these duties.
Page 45 - ... for paving, lighting, watching, cleansing, and otherwise improving the town of Crediton, in the county of Devon. An act to enable the commissioners of Greenwich Hospital to improve a certain street called King-street, in the parish of Greenwich, in the county of Kent, and for other purposes. An act for regulating and improving the town of Galway, in the county of the same town.
Page 49 - Value shall be a Sum composed of the net annual Value at which the Premises so occupied by such Man shall be rated (as they are hereby required to be) to the Relief of the Poor under the said Act for the more effectual Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland...
Page 1 - ... to operate. All that is left is a choice of evils. He that talks rationally will rejoice if he can discover a remedy that with some evil will be able to overcome the mortality of the disease.
Page 1 - who talks of positive plans, should go at once to the disease : he who hopes to produce a great good without hazarding some evil, is not the person from whom, in a situation of difficulty, much advantage is to be expected ; all that is left is a choice of evils.
Page 39 - ... officers in such act mentioned, and also towards the payment of divers expenses therein mentioned, connected with the municipal regulations to be made by virtue of the act, and with the police and administration of justice in such borough, and of all other expenses not therein otherwise provided for, which should be necessarily incurred in carrying into effect the provisions of the act; and that in case the said borough fund should be more than sufficient for the purposes to which the same was...
Page 49 - Act for the more effectual Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland, and of the Amount of the Sums at which the Landlord's Repairs and the Landlord's Insurance shall be estimated and stated in any Rate to be made in pursuance of the said Act: Provided always, that no such Occupier shall be admitted to be...
Page 42 - ... due respect for the tribunals by which they are administered, as to protect the laws themselves from suspicion and contempt. That such confidence...
Page 33 - London, 1842. 4. 1st edition, 1837. 754. Rate-Payer (A). The Irish Municipal Corporations Bill. A few words in time, on the subject of reformed corporations, and of their powers of taxation. Addressed to all who are liable to the payment of poor-rates in Ireland. By a rate-payer. London, 1839. 8. 13. SCOTLAND.

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