§ MR. A. M. SULLIVAN
asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether, since his letter of October last, promising to deal with the case of the Rev. Mr. Kane, rector of Drumlish, who at a public meeting exhorted the people to break the law, he has taken any and what steps to fulfil that promise? In order to identify the individual represented in the Question, I bog to explain that I allude to the Rev. Mr. Kane, whose language in exhorting the people to organize assassination clubs to murder innocent persons in cold blood was brought under the notice of Parliament last year.
§ MR. W. E. FORSTER
I have sent to Dublin for papers on the subject, and until I get them I shall be unable to answer the Question.