Landlords and Tenants in Mid-Victorian Ireland

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APPENDIX 5
Fieris, Haberes, and Warrants Issued to Special Bailiffs for the Ejectment of Cottiers and Town Tenants, 1863-1886
Year Fieris
issued
Haberes
granted
Haberes
executed
Cottier
warrants
Town
tenants
1863 3,301 601
1864 2,928 518
1865 2,625 416
1866 2,534 405 97 285
1867 2,774 422 97 274 3,228
1868 2,083 327 162 255 3,012
1869 2,544 319 267 206 2,423
1870 2,593 422 311 243 4,408
1871 2,827 399 362 314 4,836
1872 3,016 374 312 335 4,752
1873 4,386 668 342 322 5,459
1874 4,876 550 463 334 5,758
1875 4,750 470 439 383 6,105
1876 4,483 509 370 371 6,135
1877 4,811 467 389 381 7,685
1878 6,442 535 522 459 8,403
1879 9,020 979 856 527 10,022
1880 7,223 1,372 905 633 13,205
1881 9,180 1,815 1,351 1,240 11,835
1882 10,188 1,770 1,407 886 12,485
1883 6,787 1,225 986 919 12,148
1884 6,749 1,111 862 771 12,944
1885 7,027 864 671 767 12,762
1886 7,759 1,056 931 886 14,701
Source: Judicial Statistics, 1863-86; for full references, see below, pp. 304-5.

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