HC Deb 24 May 1886 vol 305 c1833

asked the Lord Advocate, If his attention has been called to the eviction of a tenant named Henderson, in Ardnamurchan, by a body of soldiers and sheriffs' officers; whether his wife, who was ill in bed, was carried into the open air by the soldiers, and left with her children without shelter; and, if he will cause inquiry to be made as to the causes which have led to this operation of the Law, which has created much feeling in the district?

THE LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. J. B. BALFOUR) (Clackmannan, &c.), in reply, said, that Notice of this Question was only given on Saturday, and he had not yet been able to obtain any information on the subject.