HC Deb 20 June 1910 vol 18 c37

asked the Chief Secretary whether his attention has been called to the case of John M'Namara, a former tenant on the Vandeleur estate in West Clare, who was not included in the settlement effected with regard to the estate, but on whose behalf the West Clare executive of the United Irish League passed a unanimous resolution to the effect that they were convinced that M'Namara's case was one of the most deserving in West Clare, and as such they pledged him their support; and whether, in view of the public opinion in Clare in favour of Mr. M'Namara's claim, he will ask the Estates Commissioners to refer to the matter again with a view to reinstating Mr. M'Namara or providing him with a farm of equal value?


As I stated in reply to a previous question on the subject asked on 24th June, 1908, the Estates Commissioners have inquired into this case, and have decided, after full consideration, to take no action.