HC Deb 28 April 1881 vol 260 c1307

LORD JOHN MANNERS: Sir, I beg to give Notice that on the second reading of the Irish Land Bill I shall move as an Amendment the following Resolution:— That this House, while anxious to maintain and secure in full efficiency the customs of Ulster, and other analogous customs in Ireland, and to remedy any proved defects in the Land Act of 1870, is disposed to seek for the social and material improvement of that Country by measures for the development of its industrial resources, rather than by a measure which confuses, without settling on a just and permanent basis the relations of landlord and tenant.

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