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System of Universal Geography: Founded on the Works of Malte-Brun and Balbi ... - Page 298
by James Laurie - 1842 - 1063 pages
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Second Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire Into the Manner in ...

Irish Railway Commission - 1838 - 213 pages
...day ; yet the peasantry are a robust, active, and athletic race, capable of great exertion ; often exposed to great privations ; ignorant, but eager...districts does not differ materially in condition from those of the south ; but the inhabitants of the western district are decidedly inferior to both, in...
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Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Volume 1

1839
...a. day; yet the peasantry are a robust, active, and athletic race; capable of great exertions; often exposed to great privations; ignorant, but eager for...management to habits of order and steady industry. most part less fertile than the south of Ireland, but cultivating it better, and paying higher rents...
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British Farmer's Magazine, Volume 4

1840
...eightpence a day ; yet the peasantry are a robust, active, athletic race, capable of great exertion ; often exposed to great privations ; ignorant, but eager...management, to habits of order and steady industry." But it is not employment alone that will effect the desired change in these people; that may bring...
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A Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical: Of the ..., Volume 2

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1842
...per day ; yet the peasantry arc a robust, active, and athletic race, capable of great exertion, often exposed to great privations, ignorant, but eager for...and steady industry. " The population of the midland (eastern) districts does not differ materially in condition from those of the south ; but the inhabitants...
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The South of Ireland and Her Poor ...

1843 - 144 pages
...their habitations worse; wages, 8d. a-day ; yet the peasantry are robust, capable of great exertion; ignorant, but eager for instruction, and readily trained,...management, to habits of order and steady industry. The midland districts do not differ much from those of the south, but the inhabitants of the western districts...
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The New Englander

1848
...speak of the population of the sou/A of Ireland as " a robust, active race, capable of great exertion, ignorant, but eager for instruction, and readily trained...under judicious management to habits of order and industry.'^ Testimonials to the same effect might be multiplied from the voluminous correspondence...
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M'Culloch's Universal Gazetteer: A Dictionary ..., Volume 2, Part 1

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1844
...per day ; yet the peasantry are a robust, active, and athletic race, capable of great exertion, often exposed to great privations, ignorant, but eager for...under judicious management, to habits of order and ęteady industry. " The population of the midland (eastern) districts does not differ materially in...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 39

1845
...day ; yet the peasantry are a robust, active, and athletic race, capable of great exertion ; often exposed to great privations ; ignorant, but eager...management, to habits of order and steady industry. From this it is evident that so much of the construction of Railways in Ireland as only requires manual...
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Over-population, and Its Remedy: Or, An Inquiry Into the Extent and Causes ...

William Thomas Thornton - 1846 - 446 pages
...a day ; yet the peasantry are a robust, active, and athletic race, capable of great exertion, often exposed to great privations, ignorant, but eager for...of the south ; but the inhabitants of the western districts are decidedly inferior to both in condition and appearance. Their food consists of the potato...
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Over-population, and Its Remedy: Or, An Inquiry Into the Extent and Causes ...

William Thomas Thornton - 1846 - 446 pages
...a day ; yet the peasantry are a robust, active, and athletic race, capable of great exertion, often exposed to great privations, ignorant, but eager for...industry. " The population of the midland districts docs not differ materially in condition from that of the south ; but the inhabitants of the western...
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