... it violently, and all the energy of the Melbourne ministry was aIquirAcd to maintain pro ess the course on which it had entered. ... It is, besides, certain that Ireland cannot aspire, at present, to become an industrial power. ... would be favorably conducted in Ire and, since manual labor, which constitutes the chief cost of similar works, is there abundant and chea . ... to adopt a plan which, embracing the whole country, may produce, in some measure, a happ revolution in the rate of wages!
|Title||:||The Nineteenth Century|