HC Deb 19 February 1884 vol 284 c1328

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether Alexander Carlisle Buchanan, of Riversdale, Omagh, county Tyrone, whose name appeal's subscribed to a published manifesto of the magistrates of that county, applauding the conduct of Lord Rossmore, and condemning the Government for having deprived him of the Commission of the Peace, holds, under the Government, the offices of Stamp Distributor for Tyrone and Registrar of the Tyrone County Court; and, whether he will be continued in those positions?


Sir, MR. Buchanan does not hold any appointment under the Irish Government. In his capacity of Stamp Distributor he is subject to the Treasury, and as Registrar of a public Court he is subject to the Judge.