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" It is well known, that in England and Scotland, before a landlord offers a farm for letting, he finds it necessary to provide a suitable farmhouse, with necessary farm buildings, for the proper management of the farm. He puts the gates and fences into... "
The Condition and Prospects of Ireland and the Evils Arising from the ... - Page 334
de Jonathan Pim - 1848 - 354 pages
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1870 - 976 pages
...buildings for its proper management, to put the gates and fences in good order, and also to take on himself a great part of the burden of keeping the buildings in repair during the term, the rent being fixed with reference to that state of things. In Ireland, on the other hand, the case...
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Ireland: Industrial, Political, and Social

John Nicholas Murphy - 1870 - 548 pages
...permanent accommodations which are necessary ? * It is well known (observe the Devon Commissioners) that in England and Scotland, before a landlord offers...the rent is fixed with reference to this state of tilings. Such, at least, is generally the case, although special contracts may occasionally be made,...
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The Parliamentary History of the Irish Land Question from 1829 to 1869: And ...

Richard Barry O'Brien - 1880 - 246 pages
...farmbuildings, for the proper management of the farm. He puts the gates and fences into good order, and he takes upon himself a great part of the burden of keeping...although special contracts may occasionally be made, varyThe bill was, however, read a first time on this day. On June 24th it came on for the second reading....
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The Present Case of Ireland Plainly Stated: A Plea for My People and Race

Mary Francis Cusack - 1881 - 536 pages
...farm-buildings, fur the proper management of the farm. He puts the gates and fences into good order, and he takes upon himself a great part of the burden of keeping...and tenant. In Ireland the case is wholly different ... In most cases [there] whatever is done in the way of building or fencing is done by the tenant...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 54

1888 - 950 pages
...farm-buildings, for the proper management of the farm. He puts the gates and fences in good order, and he takes upon himself a great part of the burden of keeping...tenant. " In Ireland the case is wholly different " It is admitted on all hands that, according to the general practice in Ireland, the landlord neither...
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