Ireland 1845–52

Thomas Gallagher “The second clause became infamously known as the ‘quarter acre clause’, whereby any farmer wishing to obtain outdoor relief, that is, food for his wife, children, and himself had first to surrender all rights to any land over and above one quarter of a statute acre.” ‘The Truth Behind The Irish Famine’ 72 paintings and 472 eyewitness quotes.

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