HC Deb 02 March 1904 vol 130 cc1481-2

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieu tenant of Ireland in what state the sale of the estate of Captain J. G. Musters, consisting of a number of townlands in Ihe parish of Clonguish, county Long-lord, now stands; whether any objections to the sale have been made; if so, by whom; and when it is proposed to vest the property in the tenants.


One hundred and two applications for advances on this estate were received. In all these, with † See (4) Debates, cxxix., 1334. the exception of six, the sales have been completed. In four of the six excepted cases questions arose as to boundaries and turbary, which have been recently disposed of. The advances have been sanctioned and the holdings can be at once vested. The remaining two are awaiting inspection.