HC Deb 03 June 1881 vol 262 c109

I wish to ask the Government whether they have, in accordance with arrangement come to this afternoon, telegraphed to Ireland, and whether they have received any communication in regard to any of the points on which inquiry was made at the commencement of the Sitting, and on which the Government were not at that time in possession of any information?


I have received the following telegram from the Chief Secretary in Dublin, dated a quarter-past 8 last evening:— No resistance to the force at New Pallas. Report of Lord Dunsandle's son having been fired at untrue. No report of importance from the provinces to-day.

Question put, and agreed to.

House adjourned at half after One o'clock till Thursday next.