HC Deb 10 May 1883 vol 279 cc392-3

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If sub-constables Kilvehan and Murphy have been employed in ploughing a farm on the estate of Mr. Desmond Fitzgerald, at Ballyculhane, county Limerick, from which a tenant had been evicted; and, if so, whether Her Majesty's advisers in Ireland are prepared to employ the Constabulary in cultivating the evicted farms, so as to render eviction profitable to the landlords?


, in reply, said, he had called for a Report; but it had not come to hand, owing to telegraphic communication having broken down, he believed, in consequence of a snowstorm.