HC Deb 01 April 1881 vol 260 c467

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether his attention has been called to the following language, reported to have been used by the honourable Member for Tipperary in a recent speech at Thurles:— He warned them to keep up the system of hunting down the land grabber, and pulling down land grabbing—to let the land grabber know that, no matter what Mr. Justice Fitzgerald or Lord Justice Fitzgibbon might say, he would be Boycotted and Boycotted worse than ever he was before Coercion; and, whether it is the intention of the Government to take any steps in respect of such language?


in reply, said, he had been furnished with an official report of the language used by the hon. Member for Tipperary (Mr. Dillon) on the occasion referred to, and he had seen other reports, but no report similar to that given in the Question, which differed very materially from the official report.