Statistical Survey of the County of Cavan: With Observations on the Means of Improvement Drawn Up in the Year 1801, for the Consideration, and Under the Direction of The Dublin Society

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Graisberry and Campbell, 1802 - 304 σελίδες
 

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Σελίδα xi - ... of mills of every kind, of plantations and planting, — - of the effects of the encouragement heretofore given to them by the Society, particularifed in the lift annexed.
Σελίδα ii - ... of this district, and of enabling every one interested in the •welfare of this country, to examine it fully, and contribute his mite to its improvement. The Society do not deem .themselves pledged...
Σελίδα xxii - Lastly, this transplantation of the natives is made by his majesty, rather like a father than like a lord or monarch. The Romans transplanted whole nations out of Germany into France ; the Spaniards lately removed all the Moors out of Grenada into Barbary...
Σελίδα x - Markets for grain, Ufe of green food in winter. PASTURE. Nature of it. Breed of cattle — how far improved, • • . how far capable of further improvement, Markets or Fairs for them, General...
Σελίδα xix - ... the creation thereof, which they cannot do. "If they have an estate of inheritance, their lands ought to descend to a certain heir ; but neither their chiefries nor their tenancies did ever descend to a certain heir ; therefore they have no estate of inheritance. "Their chiefries were ever carried in a course of...
Σελίδα xix - ... or election entirely, without any divifion : but all the other lands, holden by the inferior inhabitants, are partable in...
Σελίδα 183 - It is in the hands of both farmers and cottagers ; but it is very rare to see more than five or six acres in the occupation of any one man. With cottagers, the more common method is, to sow it every year on the same land : there is a piece at Hoxne, which has been under this crop for seventy successive years.
Σελίδα xxiv - POSTSCRIPT. This worthy fervitor, Sir Oliver Lambert, is like to prove a good planter in the county of Cavan ; •whereof he hath made better proof than any man of our nation, having, at his own charge, voluntarily made a fingular good plantation in the wild and moft dangerous places in Leinfter, more for the commonwealth than his own profit.
Σελίδα xix - O'Relie, but the chiefrie of the country ftood doubtful till the end of the wars : then a niece of the Earl of Ormond being the widow of Mulmora...
Σελίδα xix - ... either in the Council Book, or in the Chancery. So as hitherto there were only projects made for the fettling of the country, but nothing was really...

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