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8 EFFECT OF THE IMPORT OF distripts, the quantity of land which had been lately thrown out of tillage, and the distress which this course had occasioned to the labouring classes.It would be wrong to undervalue the great amount of national gain which has been achieved in this way.About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful.When' I reflect how many persons there are, emi- nent for their powers of reasoning, who are adverse to the principle of the Poor Law which has been PREFACE.Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe.I am aware also, that the division of the subject iinder two completely separate heads may \}e in- convenient to the reader ; but I have not had time to alter the original and accidental arrangement, as the object proposed by this publication would be defeated bv delay.

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notwithstanding the striking diminution of import which had occurred.1617,) says, that *' Gentlemen laboured more "to get new possessions for .Thus, a vast tract '^ of land, where twenty or thirty farmers lived, to- " gether with their cottagers and labourers^ in their *' several cabins, became all desolate and easily — ■ I * A Short View, p.I have only been able to devote a few days to the latter branch of the subject, — and although the unfortunate condition of our4fapr in Ireland has occupied much of my time and thoughts for some years, I am sensible that it w^ld require «,„re Lurate knowledge, stronger p^ers of rea- soning, and more talents for writing also, than I can claim, to treat such a subject, in so short a iimcy in a manner to be really worthy of the atten- tion of the public.It may be useful, therefore, to point out the in- surmountable difficulties which at present stand in the way of an immediate alteration of that kind, and the impossibility of augmenting the size of farms upon any large or general scale, until the ex- isting race of farmers and labourers shall have been first taught, that there exists a far^ better system of cultivation than that already in use ; and until ^something worthy of being called agricultural ca- pital is created, by the introduction of a more re- munerating course of tillage.

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