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1852The abolition of slavery considered with reference to the state of the West Indies since emancipationHancock, W. Neilson
1874An account of the progress that has been made in describing the differences between the laws in force in England and those in force in Ireland; with some of the leading points not already noticed, and suggestions for the most convenient division of the subjectHancock, W. Neilson
1882Arrangements for putting out fires in Dublin city and the townships of Drumcondra, Clontarf, Kilmainham, Pembroke, Rathmines, Blackrock, and KingstownHancock, W. Neilson
1871A comparison of the law of poor removals and chargeability in England, Scotland, and Ireland, with suggestions of a plan of assimilation, and a remedy for hardships now caused by removals.Hancock, W. Neilson
1876Complaints against bankers in Ireland on account of the saved capital of Ireland not being lent to a sufficient extent to the farmers and small owners of land in Ireland, considered, and traced to (1) defective state of law as to sheriff's sales; (2) want of local jurisdiction in equity and bankruptcy; (3) want of local map registration of such interests; and (4) the unreformed state of offices of clerk of the peace, sub-sheriff, and sheriff s bailiff, with suggestions for the reform of these officesHancock, W. Neilson
1849Compulsory use of native manufacturesHancock, W. Neilson
1861A consideration of the discoveries of gold and silver in the sixteenth century, with a view to point out the effects to be anticipated from the recent discoveries of gold. — Silver proposed as a substitute for a gold standard, to prevent the anticipated rise in all prices to three times their former amountHancock, W. Neilson
1879The cost of adopting a complete system of public prosecution in England, as illustrated by the results of the working of the Scotch and Irish systems of public prosecutionHancock, W. Neilson
1882The depositors in the Tipperary Bank, and the cost of proving wills and distributing small assets in IrelandHancock, W. Neilson
1859The effects of centralizing Irish local government in London, as illustrated by the operation of tlie centralized audit of Irish municipal corporation accountsHancock, W. Neilson
1855The excessive Mortality of British Residents in India, as affecting the choice of the Civil Service of the East India Company as a career for young menHancock, W. Neilson
1867The financial position of Irish railwaysHancock, W. Neilson
1879Impediments to the prompt carrying out of some of the principles conceded by Parliament on the Irish land questionHancock, W. Neilson
1856Is fire insurance a proper subject for taxation?Hancock, W. Neilson
1851Is there really a want of capital in Ireland?Hancock, W. Neilson
1875The Law of Judgments and the jurisdiction of the sheriff in selling land, considered with reference to the complaints of the County Down people on the subject: (1) That the Law of Judgments operates unequally and harshly on leasehold interests and upon yearly tenancies, (2) That the jurisdiction of the sheriff in selling leasehold and yearly tenancies under the writ of “fieri facias” is burdensome and oppressive, (3) That the creditor who involves the tenant in the heaviest law costs can get an unjust priority over other creditors, (4) That the judgment creditor can in many cases confiscate the rights of the widowed mother and the younger brothers and sisters of the tenant, (5) That sales by “fieri facias” is a new procedure that has sprung out of the Land ActHancock, W. Neilson
1877The laws relating to the transfer of land in Ireland and in England and Wales compared, especially with reference to (1) the extension of Lord Cairns's Land Transfer Act of 1875 to Ireland; and (2) the small use made of the Bright clauses of the Irish Land Act of 1870Hancock, W. Neilson
1875Mr. MacNeel Caird's essay, in “The Cobden Club Series”, on local government and taxation in Scotland, considered with reference to the suggestions it affords upon the following questions: (1) road authorities in Scotland and Ireland; (2) Scotch and Irish local courts; (3) union rating; (4) the Scotch law for securing improvements in town holdingsHancock, W. Neilson
1876Notes as to proceedings of the State Charities' Aid Association of New YorkHancock, W. Neilson
1849A notice of the theory "that there is no hope for a nation which lives on potatoes"Hancock, W. Neilson
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