Reports from Her Majesty's Representatives Respecting the Tenure of Land in the Several Countries of Europe: 1869: Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. 1870
Harrison and Sons, 1870 - 540 pages
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according acres advantage agreement agricultural amount associations average banks become capital cattle cause cent charges common considerable considered contract crops cultivation custom district division employed equal estates eviction exist extent fact farmers farms favour forests francs give given Government hand holdings important improvements increase industry influence interest kind Kingdom labourers land landlord latter lease legislation less live loans lord manure means mortgage nature nearly necessary notice obtain occupied owner paid parties payment peasant period persons population portion position possession present principle produce proportion provinces Prussia purchase question raised received reference regards regulated relations remain rent Report respect result returns share small proprietors soil succession Table tenant tenure term towns usually villages whole