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" CAUSES OF EMIGRATION — SELECTION OF NEW HOMES. The farming class emigrates in consequence of the severity and irregularity of the laws appertaining to land, non-security of tenure to the tenant at will, and the facility afforded speculators in purchasing... "
Labor in Europe: Letter from the Secretary of State Reviewing Reports from ... - Page 99
by United States. Bureau of Foreign Commerce - 1885 - 193 pages
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Labor in Europe: Reports from the Consuls of the United States in the ...

United States. Bureau of Foreign Commerce - Cost and standard of living - 1885 - 1757 pages
...extract from Consul Piatt's report giving the present canses of Irish emigration is of interest : CATTSES OF EMIGRATION — SELECTION OF NEW HOMES. The farming...and irregularity of the laws appertaining to land, non-eecurity of tenure to the tenant at will, and the facility afforded speculators in purchasing over...
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Labor in Europe: Reports from the Consuls of the United States in the ...

United States. Bureau of Foreign Commerce - Cost and standard of living - 1885 - 1757 pages
...pay the tax in reality. CAUSES OF EMIGRATION— SELECTION OP NEW HOMES. . The farming class emigrate in consequence of the severity and irregularity of...non-security of tenure to the tenant at will, and tbe facility afforded speculators in purchasing over the heads of others; and, again, because of the...
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Europe

United States. Department of State - Labor - 1885
...pay the tax in reality. CAUSES OF EMIGRATION — SELECTION OF NEW HOMES. The farming class emigrate in consequence of the severity and irregularity of the laws appertaining to land, nou-security of tenure to the tenant at will, and the facility afforded speculators in purchasing over...
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Labor in Europe (America, Asia, Africá Australasia, and Polynesia ..., Volume 2

United States dept. of state - 1885
...pay the tax in reality. CAUSES OF EMIGRATION — SELECTION OF NEW HOMES. The farming class emigrate in consequence of the severity and irregularity of the laws appertaining to laud, non-security of teuure to the tenant at will, and the facility afforded speculators in purchasing...
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Crossings: The Great Transatlantic Migrations, 1870-1914

Walter T. K. Nugent - History - 1995 - 234 pages
...desirable or necessary for many young people. As a United States consul summarized it in the 1880s: The farming class emigrates in consequence of the...of the land into small holdings. Seventy per cent . . . go to the United States — that country being the easiest and cheapest to reach. Then some member...
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