The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

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The Society, 1892 - Ireland
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Page 401 - ... they intended to be permanent, we have no right to obliterate. What we have ourselves built, we are at liberty to throw down ; but what other men gave their strength and wealth and life to accomplish, their right over does not pass away with their death; still less is the right to the use of what they have left vested in us only. It belongs to all their successors.
Page 409 - maintain " and " maintenance " include the fencing, repairing, cleansing, covering in, or doing any other act or thing which may be required for the purpose of repairing any monument or protecting the same from decay or injury.
Page 410 - Act, 1845, with respect to the settlement of disputes by arbitration, shall be incorporated with this Act ; and in the construction of such provisions this Act shall be deemed to be the special Act, and "the company...
Page 410 - Acts," means, so far as respects the police district of Dublin metropolis, the Acts regulating the powers and duties of justices of the peace of such district, and as regards the rest of Ireland means the Petty Sessions (Ireland) Act, 1851, and any Act amending the same.
Page 411 - A mortgagor entitled for the time being to the possession or receipt of the rents and profits of any land as to which no notice of his intention to take possession or to enter into the receipt of., the rents and profits thereof shall have been given by the mortgagee, may sue for such possession, or for the recovery of such rents or profits, or to prevent or recover damages in respect of any trespass...
Page 259 - Oratory of Gallerus and Inscribed Stone. — The stone-roofed Oratory of Gallerus is situated five miles north-west of Dingle, and one mile south-west of Kilmalkedar Church, near the foot of the hill sloping down towards Smerwick Harbour.
Page 411 - Incumbrances, in which the Estate for the Time being subject to the Trusts of the Settlement is an Estate for Lives or Years renewable for ever, or is an Estate renewable for a Term of not less than Sixty Years, or is an Estate for a Term of Years of which not less than Sixty...
Page 152 - Inisfallen afterwards. Down to 1130, the initials are rudely adorned and coloured, and the writing is elegant ; but from thence to the end, there is no attempt at any species of ornament, and the writing declines...
Page 411 - Act, 1882, entitled for her separate use to land, her title to which accrued before such commencement as aforesaid, and not restrained from anticipation, shall, for the purposes of this Act, be in respect of land as if she was unmarried. Where any other...

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