HC Deb 23 June 1882 vol 271 c189

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether any outrages have been committed in the parish of Murroe, I county of Limerick, within the past four months; if not, why a number of special police have been sent to that district; and, who will have to pay the cost of those extra police?


In consequence of information in the possession of the police, and which had been communicated to the Lord Lieutenant, the extra men were placed in the Murroe district I to prevent intimidation. The county of Limerick has been proclaimed under Section 13 of 6 Will. IV., and an extra police force sent there, and one moiety of the expense of such extra force is payable by the county.