HC Deb 08 February 1865 vol 177 cc83-4

asked the President of the Poor Law Board, Whether he will lay upon the table all Correspondence between the Poor Law Commissioners in Ireland and the Poor Law Board in London, relative to the alleged illegal removal to Ireland of Mary Moriarty and her four children, and Julia Hannan and child, by the Guardians of the Greenwich Union, as well as all Papers thereto relating? He wished also to ask, whether the attention of the right hon. Gentleman has been called to the imperfections of the Bill of which he was the author?


said, some of the papers asked for were in the Poor Law Office, but there were other papers connected with the matter which had been sent back to the Home Office. The papers which were under the control of the Poor Law Board had been laid on the table. As to the papers that had been sent back to the Home Office, there would be no objection to produce them also.