§ MR. BIGGAR
asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether, in 1881, four tenants of the Rev. Richard Fitzgerald, Tarbert, county Limerick, namely, Gerard Leahy, Patrick Heartney, and Bridget M'Cay, of Bally donahoo, Glin, county Limerick, made application to the Land Court to have a fair rent fixed; whether the originating notices were served in December 1881; whether the hearing of these cases has taken place; whether, since these tenants pay a rent much higher than the Government valuation of their holdings, he can state when these cases are likely to be proceeded with by the Limerick Commissioners?
§ MR. TREVELYAN
, in reply, said, that he was informed by the Land Commissioners that certain applications for the fixing of fair rents by tenants in the County Limerick referred to in the hon. Member's Question were made on the 23rd of January in the present year, and not in December, 1881, as stated. The cases would, in the ordinary way, be sent for hearing in the next list issued for the County Limerick.