§ SIR JOSEPH M'KENNA (Monaghan, S.)
asked Mr. Attorney General for Ireland, If he is aware that much dissatisfaction exists when the town in which land cases are to be heard is selected to meet the convenience of the landlord, to the cost and inconvenience of the tenants; and, whether Dundalk has been lately selected as the place of hearing for 43 cases arising in the Castleblayney Union, when Castleblayney itself, and other towns, would be much more convenient and easy of access for the tenants?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. HOLMES) (Dublin University)
, in reply, said, in selecting the place of hearing of land cases the convenience of the landlords was not consulted more than that of the tenants. With regard to the latter part of the Question, a number of cases were heard at Dundalk, and no complaint whatever was made as to that place being selected.