§ MR. BIGGAR
asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If he could state how many evictions were enforced on the Earl of Annesley's Glan property, county Cavan, under writs, during the month of July; the amount sued for; the amount of rent, the Government valuation, and the Law costs; and how many houses demolished; and, if the tenants will be deprived of the benefits of the Arrears Bill?
§ MR. TREVELYAN
Sir, three evictions were enforced on the Earl of Annesley's Glan property, in County Cavan, in the month of July. In one case the amount sued for was £21, the rent £6, Government valuation £5, and costs £18 4s. In another case the amount sued for was £39 4s., rent £11 4s., Government valuation £7 10s., and costs £18 10s; and in the third case, amount sued for £64, rent £18, valuation £12, and costs £18 3s. 10d. Three houses were demolished. With regard to the final paragraph of the Question, so far as I can judge from the reports submitted to me, the power of redemption within six months would appear to rest with the evicted tenants.