Useful preface to the Irish Land Bill.

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  • Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.,
  • Land tenure -- Law and legislation.
  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSt. James Gazette.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p. ;
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23354652M

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The Land Bill which Mr. Gladstone introduced as a pendant to the Home Rule Bill of offered to every Irish landlord the option of selling his estate to his tenants, who would thereby become occupying owners at once, paying an interest of 4 per cent.

for forty-nine years on the price, which would be twenty years' purchase of the judicial. Five ways of holding Land. Within historic times the following were the rules of land tenure, as set forth chiefly in the Brehon Laws, and also in some important points by early English writers.

(For Irish Land Tenures, see Sull, Introd., et seq ; and for the correspondences between Irish and Teutonic land laws, the same vol., et seq.).

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