Études sur l'Irlande contemporaine, 1. köide

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Charles Douniol, 1862

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Page 357 - L'on voit certains animaux farouches, des mâles et des femelles, répandus par la campagne, noirs, livides et tout brûlés du soleil, attachés à la terre qu'ils fouillent et qu'ils remuent avec une opiniâtreté invincible ; ils ont comme une voix articulée, et quand ils se lèvent sur leurs pieds, ils montrent une face humaine, et en effet ils sont des hommes.
Page 524 - All powers given by this Act shall be deemed to be in addition to and not in derogation of any other powers conferred on any...
Page 517 - ... in which the estate for the time being subject to the trusts of the settlement is an estate for lives or years renewable for ever, or is an estate renewable for a term of not less than sixty years, or is an estate for a term of years of which not less than sixty are unexpired...
Page 465 - Jupin pour chaque état mit deux tables au monde : L'adroit, le vigilant, et le fort, sont assis A la première ; et les petits Mangent leur reste à la seconde.
Page 530 - ... the duty of the owner for the time being in possession or in receipt of the rents and profits of such land to prevent such arrears arising, and if he make default in doing so, and the owner next entitled in possession pay any arrears caused by such default, the amount so paid shall be a debt due to the owner who has paid the same from the owner by whose default it became necessary to make such payment.
Page 530 - Any document to be served by post on the company shall be posted in such time as to admit of its being delivered in the due course of delivery within the period (if any) prescribed for the service thereof ; and in proving service of such document it shall be sufficient to prove that such document was properly directed, and that it was put as a prepaid letter into the Post Office.
Page 517 - Tenure, whether subject or not to Incumbrances, in which the Estate for the Time being subject to the Trusts of the Settlement is an Estate for Lives or Years...
Page 32 - It was a machine of wise and elaborate contrivance ; and as well fitted for the oppression, impoverishment, and degradation of a people, and the debasement, in them, of human nature itself, as ever proceeded from the perverted ingenuity of man.
Page 524 - ... any estate or interest subsequent to the estate or interest of such limited owner ; and any lease granted in pursuance of this Act by any limited owner, being a body corporate, corporation sole, trustees for charities, commissioners or trustees for ecclesiastical, collegiate, or other public purposes, shall bind all the estate and interest of such last-mentioned limited owner; but no lease granted by an owner holding himself under a lease shall continue after the expiration of the term granted...
Page 519 - ... may cause notice to be advertised stating that, unless cause is shown to the contrary at the time and place named in the notice, such goods or things will be forfeited, and at such time and place the court...

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