Mr. D. WHITE
asked the President of the Board of Agriculture what are the estimated acreages of agricultural land in England and Wales which are farmed by owners, by tenants under leases for periods longer than a year, and by tenants holding under yearly leases', or from year to year, respectively?
§ Sir R. WINFREY
The acreages under crops and grass returned as occupied by owners and tenants, respectively, in England and Wales, in 1916 were 3,085,099 acres and 23,988,985 acres. No particulars are available as to the length of the leases.