Landlords and Tenants in Mid-Victorian Ireland

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APPENDIX 2
Civil Bill Ejectments and Ordinary Civil Bills, 1866-1886
Year Civil bill ejectments Ordinary civil bills
Processes Executions Processes Executions
1866 3,281 597 193,142
1867 3,781 542 227,564
1868 3,940 993 218,220
1869 3,232 683 226,581
1870 3,588 990 223,890
1871 4,678 926 240,090
1872 4,983 861 243,336 17,927
1873 6,334 1,435 282,722 19,691
1874 6,534 1,707 312,531 25,165
1875 6,646 1,680 290,335 21,909
1876 6,502 1,469 277,790 19,136
1877 6,738 1,562 300,564 20,309
1878 8,381 1,995 309,634 21,678
1879 9,703 2,670 347,909 35,091
1880 10,633 2,407 289,358 20,548
1881 13,621 3,177 240,366 16,321
1882 19,035 5,190 220,943 20,078
1883 22,706 3,924 231,762 17,527
1884 22,528 4,983 236,594 18,529
1885 18,592 3,843 226,153 17,967
1886 21,064 4,175 214,823 21,104
Source: Judicial statistics, 1866-86; for full references, see below, pp. 304-5.

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