§ MR. HEALY
I beg to ask Mr. Attorney General for Ireland, Whether it is the fact that Mr. Martin Mulleague, arrested on the 2nd July, and released on medical recommendation from Galway Gaol, was re-arrested on November 8th, and is still confined in Kilmainham; whether, during the whole of his incarceration, he has been under medical treatment; and, whether, as his district, Castlerea, county Roscommon, has been perfectly free from crime, his release can now be ordered?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. W. M. JOHNSON)
, in reply, said, it was a fact that a man of the name of Martin Mulleague was still in Kilmainham; but his case, as well as that of every person detained under the Protection Act, would be considered, and very probably at the present moment was under the consideration of His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant. It was also a fact that during his detention he made complaints of ailments, which were found not to be serious.