§ MR. HARRINGTON
asked Mr. Solicitor General for Ireland, Whether it is the intention of the Irish Executive to let the trials of the men sent forward for shooting with intent to kill at Newry take place at Downpatrick, or to follow the precedent in Dougherty's case, and change the venue; and, whether he has considered that the assizes at Downpatrick 1116 will take place just one week after the recurrence of the Orange anniversary of the 12th July, and at a time when party feeling in the county Down is likely to be strongly excited?
§ THE SOLICITOR GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. WALKER)
, said, it was not intended the trial should take place at Downpatrick.