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" Tenants do not yet plough upon the Lands, neither use Husbandrie, because I conceive they are fearful to Stock themselves with Cattle or Servants for those Labours. Neither do the Irish use Tillage, for that they... "
An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the ... - Page 587
by George Hill - 1877 - 622 pages
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The North British Review, Volume 12

1850
...remain. " My reason for so thinking," he says, " is that many of the English tenants do not plough up the lands, neither use husbandrie, because I conceive...labours. Neither do the Irish use tillage, for that they also are uncertain of their stay on the lands ; so that, by this means, the Irish ploughing nothing,...
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The North British review

1850
...those labours. Neither do the Irish use tillage, for that they also are uncertain of their stay on the lands ; so that, by this means, the Irish ploughing nothing, do use grazing ; the English very little ; and were it not for the Scottish tenants which do plough in many...
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History of the Land Tenures and Land Classes of Ireland: With an Account of ...

George Sigerson - Ireland - 1871 - 333 pages
...the whole Survey : — " I may say that the abode or continuance of those inhabitants upon the Land is not yet made certain, although I have seen the...little, and were it not for the Scottish Tenants" [who had more security, or were poorer,] " which do plough in many places, those parts may starve ;...
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Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts, Preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library ...

Lambeth Palace Library, Great Britain. Public Record Office - Great Britain - 1873
...buildings both for townredes and otherwise. Many English do not yet plough nor use husbandry, being tearful to stock themselves with cattle or servants for those labours. Neither do the Irish use tillage, for they are also uncertain of their stay. So by these means the Irish, using grazing only, and the English...
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The Parliamentary History of the Irish Land Question, from 1829 to 1869: And ...

Richard Barry O'Brien - Ireland - 1880 - 234 pages
...both the Irish and the English. " Many English," says Pynnar, " do not plough or use husbandry, being fearful to stock themselves with cattle or servants...those labours. Neither do the Irish use tillage, for they are also uncertain of their stay. So by these means — the Irish using grazing only, and the...
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Landlords and Tenants in Ireland

Finlay Dun - Farm tenancy - 1881 - 278 pages
...the Irish Land Question, thus reports : — ' Many English do not plough or H use husbandry, being fearful to stock themselves with cattle or servants...those labours. Neither do the Irish use tillage, for they are also uncertain of their stay. So, by those means, the Irish, using grazing only, and the English...
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The Growth of English Industry and Commerce: Modern times

William Cunningham - England - 1892 - 771 pages
..." Many of the English tenants," he said, " do not yet plough upon the lands neither use husbandry ; because I conceive they are fearful to stock themselves...labours. Neither do the Irish use tillage, for that they also are uncertain of the stay upon the lands ; for that by this means the Irish ploughing nothing,...
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The Growth of English Industry and Commerce ...

William Cunningham - Free enterprise - 1907
...was not able to report so favourably of the whole scheme. " Many of the English Tenants," he said8, "do not yet plough upon the Lands neither use Husbandrie...means the Irish ploughing nothing, do use greasing, 1 Harris, Uibernica (Dublin, 1770), I. 123—130. 8 Pynnar's Surrey, in Harris' Hibernica, I. 177....
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Feast and Famine: Food and Nutrition in Ireland 1500-1920

Leslie Clarkson, Margaret Crawford - History - 2001 - 336 pages
...sheep.21 In Ulster, according to Pynnar in 1619, 'many English do not yet plough nor use husbandry, being fearful to stock themselves with cattle or servants...those labours. Neither do the Irish use tillage, for they are also uncertain of their stay', but Scottish settlers were ploughing the soil.22 Arable husbandry...
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The Growth of English Industry and Commerce, Volume 1

William Cunningham - Free enterprise - 1968 - 724 pages
...was not able to report so favourably of the whole scheme. " Many of the English Tenants," he said*, "do not yet plough upon the Lands neither use Husbandrie;...the Irish ploughing nothing, do use greasing, THE STUAKTS AD 1603 —1689. too little attention was paid to tillage both by the undertaken and the native...
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