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" I affirm, that they were neglected in consequence of the committees being permitted to remain in ignorance of the claims of the poor man, because, by reason of his very... "
The Radical Programme - Página 149
1885 - 328 páginas
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1845
...impossible for the poor man to defend his own rights as effectively as I think the Commissioners would. This, I know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty, Committees of this House, sitting on Private Bills, neglected the rights of the poor. I do not say that they wilfully neglected those rights...
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Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club

1870
...and 1845. The late Duke of Newcastle (then Earl of Lincoln) once said in the House of Commons — " This I know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty, committees of this House, sitting on private enclosure bills, neglected the rights of the poor." Thus it fared with the common lands of...
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Pauperism: Its Causes and Remedies

Henry Fawcett - 1871 - 270 páginas
...century and 1845. The late Duke of Newcastle (then Earl of Lincoln) once said in the House of Commons : " This I know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty, committees of this House, sitting on private enclosure bills, neglected the rights of the poor." But such expressions of opinion seem to...
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Fraser's magazine

James Anthony Froude, M.A. - 1871
...expressions nsed by Lord Lincoln in moving for leave to bring in the General Inclosure Bill in 1 845 : This I know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty, committees of this House, sitting on private Inclosure Bills, neglected the rights of the poor. I do not say they wilfully neglected these...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volumen84

1871
...expressions used by Lord Lincoln in moving for leave to bring in the General Inclosure Bill in 1 845 : This I know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty, committees of this House, sitting on private Inclosure Bills, neglected the rights of the poor. I do not say they wilfully neglected these...
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Pauperism: Its Causes and Remedies

Henry Fawcett - 1871 - 270 páginas
...1845. The late Duke of Newcastle (then Earl of Lincoln) once said in the House of Commons : " This .1 know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty, committees of this House, sitting on private enclosure bills, neglected the rights of the poor." But such expressions of opinion seem to...
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The Fortnightly Review, Volumen40

1883
...possessed. The occupation of land, rights of keeping cows and feeding pigs and poultry, and of cutting turf and fuel on commons and wastes, with other advantages,...stated that these Bills had been introduced and passed witheut discussion, and that it was impossible to say how many persons had lost their rights and interests...
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Annals of the British Peasantry

Russell Montague Garnier - 1895 - 460 páginas
...slated as follows : " The Earl of Lincoln, in moving for leave to bring in a General Enclosure Bill, said : ' This I know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty, committees of this House, sitting on private (Enclosure) Bills, neglected the rights of the poor. I do not say wilfully neglected those...
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Land reform. New, and popular ed

Jesse Collings - 1908
...Newcastle), in introducing the Bill, compared it favourably in this respect with the private bill system. He said : — " This I know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty Committees of this House on private Bills neglected the rights of the poor, . . . Committees being permitted to remain in ignorance...
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Land Reform: Occuping Ownership, Peasant Proprietary and Rural Education

Jesse Collings - 1908 - 452 páginas
...Newcastle), in introducing the Bill, compared it favourably in this respect with the private bill system. He said : — "This I know, that in nineteen cases out of twenty Committees of this House on private Bills neglected the rights of the poor, . . . Committees being permitted to remain in ignorance...
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