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" Whiteboys was this: — Some landlords in Munster set their lands to cottiers far above their value; and, to lighten their burden, allowed commonage to their tenants by way of recompense; afterwards, in despite of all equity, contrary to all compacts,... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 11
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1779
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A Philosophical Survey of the South of Ireland: In a Series of Letters to ...

Thomas Campbell - Ireland - 1778 - 478 pages
...enjoy. The The original caufe of the rifing of the White-Boys was this : " Some landlords in Munfter fet their lands to cottiers far above their value; and,...afterwards, in defpite of all equity, contrary to all compads, the landlords inclofed thefe commons, and precluded their unhappy tenants from the only means...
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An historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland ..., Volume 2

John Curry - Ireland - 1786
...cottiers far above their value, and to lighten their burthen, had allowed commonage to their tenants. Afterwards in defpite of all equity, contrary to all...the only means of making their bargains tolerable." ' Another caufe of thefe people's difcontents was, the cruel exactions of tithe-mongers: thefe harpies...
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The Political History of Ireland, from the Commencement of Lord Townshend's ...

James Mullala - Finance - 1793 - 320 pages
...enjoy. The original caufe of the rifing of the White Boys was this ; " fome landlords in Munfter fet their lands to cottiers far above their value ; and...afterwards, in defpite of all equity, contrary to all compa&s, the landlords entlofed thefe commons, and precluded their unhappy tenants from the only means...
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Collectanea Politica: Or, The Political Transactions of Ireland from the ...

William Wenman Seward - Ireland - 1801
...was fcoo after liberated, - " knds to cotters, far above their value ; and to lighten their burdens, allowed commonage to their tenants by way of recompence. — Afterwards, in defpite of all equity, and contrary to all compacts, the landlords inclofed thefe commons; and precluded their unhappy tenants...
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On Local Disturbances in Ireland: And on the Irish Church Question

Sir George Cornewall Lewis - Church and state - 1836 - 458 pages
...its inhabitants, occasioned by the tyranny and rapacity of their landlords. These landlords had set their lands to cottiers far above their value, and, to lighten their burden, had allowed commonage to their tenants. Afterwards, in despite of all equity, contrary to all compacts,...
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On Local Disturbances in Ireland: And on the Irish Church Question

Sir George Cornewall Lewis - Church and state - 1836 - 458 pages
...its inhabitants, occasioned by the tyranny and rapacity of their landlords. These landlords had set their lands to cottiers far above their value, and, to lighten their burden, had allowed commonage to their tenants. Afterwards, in despite of all equity, contrary to all compacts,...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volume 6, Part 1

Irish literature - 1856
...greedily •"The original cause of the rising of the Whiteboys was this: — Some landlords in Munster set their lands to cottiers far above their value ; and...to Lighten their burden, allowed commonage to their tenantry, by way of recompense: afterwards, in despite of all equity, contrary to all compacts, the...
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A history of the attempts to establish the Protestant Reformation in Ireland ...

Thomas D'Arcy McGee - History - 1853 - 376 pages
...of the origin of the same disturbances : " Some landlords in Munster have let their lands to cotters far above their value, and, to lighten their burden, allowed commonage to their tenants by way of recompense : afterwards, in despite of all equity, contrary to all compacts, the landlords enclosed...
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The History of the County and City of Cork, Volume 2

Charles Bernard Gibson - Cork (Ireland : County) - 1861
...says, " The original cause of the rising of Whiteboys was this — some landlords, in Munster, set their lands to cottiers far above their value, and...their burden, allowed commonage to their tenants. Afterwards, in despite of all equity, the landlords enclosed these commons." The cottier tenants commenced...
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History of the Land Tenures and Land Classes of Ireland: With an Account of ...

George Sigerson - Ireland - 1871 - 333 pages
...becoming intolerable; in Munster they had of old enjoyed a right of commonage, and " some landlords set their lands to cottiers far above their value ; and, to lighten their burthens, allowed commonage to their tenants ; afterwards, in despite of all equity, contrary to all...
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