HC Deb 10 August 1909 vol 9 c377W

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland if he will say in what position matters now stand in reference to the negotiations for the sale to the Commissioners of the lands of Corraduff, in the occupation of Mr. Michael Flynn and on the estate of Sir Henry Burke; and whether he is aware that the Commissioners had intimated to Patrick Curley, of Knock, Loughmaconnell, Ballinasloe, that he would get a farm on this land, of which Mr. Flynn has a judicial tenancy, but, it appears, is anxious to sell to the Commissioners?


The Estates Commissioners have been in negotiation with Mr Flynn with a view to acquiring the holding in question, but it has not yet been acquired.