The recent voluminous report on the laws, customs and trade of the pawnbrokers' of Ireland by Doctor William Neilson Hancock, has drawn forth the following observations on the part of some of the auctioneers of the city of Dublin, and which have been addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Mayo, M.P., Chief Secretary of Ireland, &c.,&c.
Broadside concerning that fact that Dublin auctioneers then believed that no one should be eligible for postitions intended by the legislature for auctioneers unless they have been an auctioneer for seven years or more; refers to political patronage by those who formerly served as Lord Lieutenant in Ireland.
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[Dublin : s.n., 1876]
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Physical description: 1 sheet ; 39 x 24 cm.
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