HC Deb 07 July 1890 vol 346 cc934-5

I beg to ask the Attorney General for Ireland whether he can state how many cases of tenants from the Mountmellick Union, who had served originating notices to have fair rents fixed, were heard by the Sub-Commissioners sitting at Maryborough last month; how many cases were postponed; and why the case of Mr. Carrol, of Gossbrook, in the Mountmellick Union, who served an originating notice to have a fair rent fixed as long ago as October, 1887, has not yet been heard?


The Land Commissioners request that this question may be deferred until Thursday next, in order that they may communicate with the Sub-Commission concerned.

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