HC Deb 16 June 1882 vol 270 cc1406-7

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether he has received information that, notwithstanding a well known feud in the neighbourhood, and recent evictions of leaseholders, all intimidation has been abolished at Miltown Malbay, county Clare; and, whether His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant can, therefore, see his way to the release of the suspects from that place who are confined on suspicion of connivance in intimidation?


His Excellency is glad to learn that the state of affairs at Miltown Malbay has much improved, and he has been able favourably to consider the eases of several prisoners from that locality, and is still considering others. There are a few, however, whose discharge he cannot consistently with his duty at present order.