HC Deb 19 February 1912 vol 34 cc422-3W

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland how many agrarian offences were reported in Ireland during the year 1911; how many agrarian cases of firing at the person and into dwellings respectively; how many cases of serious and minor boycotting, and how many persons were affected thereby respectively; how many persons were receiving constant police protection; and how many were protected by patrol during the year ending 31st December, 1911?


During the year 1911 the number of agrarian offences reported was 324, of these twelve were cases of firing at the person and fourteen of firing into dwellings. On 31st December, 1911, there were twelve cases of serious and seventy-nine cases of minor boycotting, affecting fifty-eight and 318 persons respectively, and sixty persons were receiving constant protection and 268 persons protection by patrol.