HC Deb 20 June 1882 vol 270 cc1760-1

asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Whether, seeing that many Insurance Companies, and persons who have lent money on Irish estates, or have bought up charges on same, insist on payment of their interest, and threaten foreclosure if the landlords of such estates do not take all legal steps to put themselves in position to pay such charges, the Treasury will, in such cases, where the tenants have not paid their rents, make advances to these landlords to enable them to pay such charges if they stay for the present further evictions?


No, Sir; it is not intended to make such advances.