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  • Housing of the rural population in Ireland 

    Synnott, Nicholas J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1906)
    It is generally supposed that the question of the housing of agricultural and other labourers in rural districts, which was dealt with in piecemeal and desultory fashion last Session, is now receiving the earnest and ...
  • Over-taxation and local expenditure in Ireland 

    Synnott, Nicholas J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1899)
    The speech delivered by Mr. Arthur Balfour in the House of Commons on the 5th July, 1898, has evidently been considered a particularly effective and unanswerable reply to the financial demands of Ireland, for it was not ...
  • Proposals for a new Labourers' Bill: an attempt to solve the rural housing question in Ireland 

    Synnott, Nicholas J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1906)
    We have now had more than 20 years experience of the attempt to provide habitable houses for labourers in country districts in Ireland, by means of an elaborate code of seven Statutes, beginning with the Labourers' Act ...
  • The proposed re-valuation of land in Ireland: a survey of its meaning, scope, and effect 

    Synnott, Nicholas J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1912)
    The clauses in the Finance Bill which provide for the general revaluation of all land in the United Kingdom should have for us in Ireland a special interest, which I fear has been absorbed or has disappeared in the ...
  • The revaluation of Ireland 

    Synnott, Nicholas J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1900)
    In dealing briefly with some of the questions raised before the Royal Commission on Local Taxation, now sitting in London, I feel sure that the opinion of all who have studied the problem at issue will be that, in so ...
  • Some features of the over-taxation of Ireland 

    Synnott, Nicholas J. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1897)
    In this paper, out of the wide ground covered by the recent investigation, I have chosen a very small field. I shall leave untouched the construction and effect of the Act of Union; the immense question as to the relative ...