HC Deb 11 May 1880 vol 252 c38

acquainted the House, that ha had received a Letter from Charles Stewart Parnell, esquire, returned as Member for the City of Cork, and also for the Counties of Meath and Mayo, stating that he made his election to serve for the City of Cork.

And the said Letter was read, as followeth:—

Avondale, Rathdrum,

5 May, 1880.

Sir,—Having been returned to serve in the present Parliament for the City of Cork, the County of Meath and the County of Mayo, I beg leave to state to you that I elect to sit for the City of Cork. I remain, Sir, your most obedient Servant, CHARLES STEWART PARNELL.

To the Eight Hon. the Speaker of the House of Commons.