HC Deb 12 April 1883 vol 278 cc79-80

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If he will lay upon the Table of the House copies of the reports made to the Judges at the late Assizes in Ireland by the county inspectors of Royal Irish Constabulary, or copies of such portions of those reports as relate to arrests for drunkenness?


in reply, said, that the Returns as to the number of arrests for drunkenness that took place in Ireland were laid on the Table two or three days ago. They were, practically, the same that were laid before the Judges. If the hon. Member would communicate with him privately, he dared say he would be able to give him the information he required.