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Landlords and Tenants in Mid-Victorian Ireland$

W. E. Vaughan

Print publication date: 1994

Print ISBN-13: 9780198203568

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198203568.001.0001

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(p.284) (p.285) Appendix 22 Counties Ranked According to Agrarian Outrages Committed during Four Crises, 1848–1882

(p.284) (p.285) Appendix 22 Counties Ranked According to Agrarian Outrages Committed during Four Crises, 1848–1882

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Landlords and Tenants in Mid-Victorian Ireland
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The counties are ranked according to the number of agrarian outrages per 1,000 agricultural holdings; the counties with the lowest rates are ranked first; the counties with the highest are ranked thirty-second. The provinces are ranked from first to fourth, in the same way.

Counties

1848–1852

1862–1864

1869–1870

1879–1882

PROVINCE OF LEINSTER

Carlow

14

9

13

14

Dublin

1

1

5 =

6

Kildare

3

14

18 =

18

Kilkenny

23

26

11

17

King’s

30

30

27

27

Longford

31

32

28

24

Louth

29

15 =

24

10

Meath

12

25

30

13

Queen’s

20

13

14

16

Westmeath

28

15 =

32

23

Wexford

17 =

15 =

7

11

Wicklow

9

2

12

12

PROVINCE OF MUNSTER

Clare

24

19

16 =

26

Cork

11

20

9

29

Kerry

8

12

18 =

32

Limerick

26

27

16 =

31

Tipperary

32

29

23

28

Waterford

17 =

24

10

20

PROVINCE OF ULSTER

Antrim

5

3

4

1

Armagh

25

23

15

4

Cavan

21

22

25

15

Donegal

16

21

21

9

Down

15

8

1

2

Fermanagh

10

7

8

5

Londonderry

2

10

5 =

3

Monaghan

22

5 =

3

8

Tyrone

6

4

2

7

PROVINCE OF CONNACHT

Galway

7

11

20

30

Leitrim

27

31

26

25

Mayo

4

5 =

31

22

Roscommon

19

28

22

19

Sligo

13

18

29

21

SUMMARY BY PROVINCES

Leinster

3

4

3

2

Munster

4

3

2

4

Ulster

2

1

1

1

Connacht

1

2

4

3

Source: National Archives, ICR, returns of outrages, 1851–82.