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able agreed allowed Amendment amount answer appeared arrested asked attention authority believe better Bill Board brought called carried charge Chief clause Committee consider consideration course Court deal debate Department desire difficulty discussion doubt duty effect existed expressed fact fair feeling fees Foreign Friend further Gentleman give given Government ground hands holding hoped House important improvements increase intended interest Ireland Irish land landlord late learned Lord Majesty's matter means measure meet Member ment Minister Motion move necessary night noble Notice object Office opinion opposite Order Parliament Party passed persons position present Prime principle proposed provisions question raised reason received reference regard rent Report respect right hon schools Secretary speech statement taken tenant thing thought tion Trade whole wished
Side 291 - The question with me is, not whether you have a right to render your people miserable ; but whether it is / not your interest to make them happy. It is not, what a lawyer tells me I may do ; but what humanity, reason, and justice, tell me I ought to do.
Side 1061 - The case in which it may sometimes be a matter of deliberation, how far, or in what manner it is proper to restore the free importation of foreign goods, after it has been for some time interrupted, is, when particular manufactures, by means of high duties or prohibitions upon all foreign goods which can come into competition with them, have been so far extended as to employ...
Side 565 - ... value that has been given to his holding by the expenditure of his own capital and labour, the desire for legislative interference to protect him from an arbitrary increase of rent does not seem unnatural, and we are inclined to think that by the majority of landowners legislation properly framed to accomplish this end would not be objected to.
Side 1061 - A country cannot be expected to renounce the power of taxing foreigners, unless foreigners will in return practise towards itself the same forbearance. The only mode in which a country can save itself from being a loser by the revenue duties imposed by other countries on its commodities, is to impose corresponding revenue duties on theirs.
Side 51 - A fair rent means such a rent as in the opinion of the " court after hearing the parties, and considering all the " circumstances of the case, holding, and district, a solvent " tenant would undertake to pay one year with another.
Side 363 - Bill for confirming certain Provisional Orders^, made by the Board of Trade under the Tramways Act, 1870...
Side 339 - Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act 1801 relating to Anstruther Deal Hunstanton and St.
Side 629 - Speech delivered in the House of Lords, on Tuesday, April 21, 1874, on Moving for a Select Committee to Inquire into the Laws relating to Patronage, Simony, and Exchange of Benefices in the Church of England.
Side 69 - To the complaint that the Bill gives so much to the tenants and takes it all from the landlords, I should make this answer : if at this moment all that has been done by the tenant in Ireland were gone, imagine that ! — if all that the tenants have done were gone, and all that the owners have done...