HC Deb 12 August 1907 vol 180 c806
MR. LUNDON (Limerick, E.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieu-tenant of Ireland is he aware that on the Dickens' property in the townland of Crongheeveera, Ballybrood, county Limerick, there is a farm from which Thomas O'Brien was evicted some years since, but which has always been kept in the landlord's hands; and, now that the tenants have all purchased, will he ask the Estates Commissioners to open negotiations with the agent, Mr. Arthur White, of George Street, Limerick, with the view of admitting back to his father's farm, Patrick O'Brien, of Cloughadareen, Pallasgrean, county Limerick.


The eviction in this case did not take place within twenty-five years of the passing of the Act of 1903, and the evicted tenant's representative is, therefore, not eligible for reinstatement under Section 2.