§ MR. O'DONNELL
asked Mr. Attorney General for Ireland, If he will consider the case of Mr. Michael Conolly, farmer, near Athenry, who has been confined as a suspect, in Galway Gaol, since 9th July 1881, although the suspects arrested on the same day and same charge have been liberated four months ago; and, whether he has been informed that the continued imprisonment of Mr. Conolly will result in extreme loss or ruin to his family, who depend on him for the management of the farm?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. W. M. JOHNSON)
Before the hon. Member placed this Question on the Paper, Mr. Conolly's case had been re-considered by the Lord Lieutenant pursuant to the Statute, and his release ordered.