HC Deb 09 September 1886 vol 308 c1754
MR. JORDAN (Clare, W.)

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If Mr. J. J. Maguire, of the town of Cavan, applied to the Surveyor at Enniskillen for repayment of overcharge in Income Tax out of the lands of Edenagee, County Fermanagh; if said Surveyor informed him that the papers relating thereto were in the office in Dublin; if he has written repeatedly to the Commissioners there, without receiving any reply; and, if the Commissioners will be instructed to give due attention to the matter?


, in reply, said, that there was some misunderstanding in this case, owing, firstly, to a mistake in the addresses of the letters, and, secondly, to a confusion between two persons who were concerned. The memorial on the subject of Mr. Maguire's complaint was before Somerset House, and would be duly dealt with. As to the statement that Mr. Maguire had not received replies to his letters, he was informed that every communication he sent had been answered.