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RATE IN AID (IRELAND) BILL.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY,…

TRANSFER OF REAL PROPERTY.

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TRANSFER OF REAL PROPERTY. On the motion being put for the second, reading of lias bill, Mr. II. USUMMONII said that the difficulty in which landed proprietors %-cr(, now placed was no new thing; it had always ex- isted, even iiom the very period ot the conquest, and he might say before it. The landlords ot tlio-e days, pretty much like their suc- cessors in the present day, Inquently got into debt. Their credi- tor. liuable to force them to payment, or to seize their land, in â¢Mtiscquepce of their means of resistance, natural.y went to the j'iogfs. The judges when they were applied to to gire powi r and authority to seize the land, sa'id no; but if the landlords keep the land, they shall not have a huof to put upon it. The remedy for the evil was certainly at be,t inconvenient, generally dangerous, 1\«( sometimes impossible. The landlords themselves, too, yheu to get rid of the inconvenience of debt were equally at a L;s. The bill was opposed by the ATTORNEY-GENERAL, who moved tha it be read that day six. months. Thp House divided :â For the amendment, 45 Against it, oo Majority- for the bill â 10

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