HC Deb 27 May 1908 vol 189 c1112

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if he will state whether the Estates Commissioners have yet been able to give consideration to the case of Mrs. Alice Nagle, an evicted tenant on the Leader estate, Cork County, consequent upon the report of one of their inspectors who has recently inquired into all the circumstances; and whether the Commissioners will endeavour to induce the present occupier of the farm to give up possession thereof on receiving an equivalent holding elsewhere and due compensation, or, failing such an arrangement, if the Commissioners will exercise-such powers as they possess to effect the reinstatement of Mrs. Nagle.


The Estates Commissioners have now received their inspector's report on this case, and will consider it in due course, regard being had to the many other cases which are awaiting their consideration.