§ MR. VINCENT KENNEDY (Cavan, W.)
To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if the Estates Commissioners have received an application for reinstatement from Henry M'Cabe, Langham, Belturbet, the son of Peter M'Cabe, deceased, who was evicted from his farm in Lislea, held under Alexander Castle Montgomery, in or about 1885; who is in possession of† See(4)Debates,clxi., 1023–4460 this farm now; what is the tenure; and will this evicted tenant's son's claim be considered favourably; and will he state the rent of this farm at the date of eviction and the present rent.
§ (Answered by Mr. Birrell.) The Estates Commissioners have received the application in question and have had the case fully inquired into. The holding in which reinstatement is sought is in the occupation of Alexander Turner, who holds it at a judicial rent. The rent at the time of eviction was £16 3s. l0d. per annum, and the present judicial rent is £17. The Commissioners have placed M'Cabe's name on the list of persons suitable to receive an allotment of land, if such should become available.