HC Deb 30 May 1892 vol 5 c199
MR. KNOX (Cavan, W.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether a meeting announced to be held at Money-glass, near Toome, on the 26th instant, to discuss the land question, has been proclaimed; and, if so, for what reason this course has been pursued?


The meeting referred to was proclaimed, as the authorities had reason to believe it was convened with the unlawful object of intimidating a person who had taken an evicted farm, and of intimidating others from taking it.


Are we to understand that boycotting is not, as the right hon. Gentleman claims, all over in Ireland, but that it still exists?


I think it should be taken the other way—not only that it does not exist, but that we are determined that it shall not exist.