HC Deb 22 June 1882 vol 271 cc22-3

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether it is a fact that Daniel Grant, an artizan in the town of Castle-blayney, has been placed under police supervision, and for the past three weeks has been constantly followed by two sub-constables; whether he is aware that, in consequence of being watched by the police, Grant has got into trouble with his employers; and, whether there is any special reason for the action of the police?


There is no person named Daniel Grant placed under police supervision in Castleblayney. The hon. Member for Wexford (Mr. Healy) asked me a similar Question on Monday last with regard to Bryan Grant of that place, and I must refer the hon. Member to the answer I then gave. The Sub-Inspector is unable to ascertain that Bryan Grant has got into any trouble with his employers.