§ MR. T. D. SULLIVAN
asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether the guard of police allowed to Miss Lucy Anne Thompson, of Fenit, near Tralee, was originally three men, and has since been raised to six; on whose recommendation has this increase been made; and, what fund will be charged with the expense of this police establishment?
§ MR. TREVELYAN
I am informed that Miss Thompson's special guard consists as originally of three men; but that, in consequence of outrages, three additional men have, on the recommendation of the District Inspector, been sent to Fenit for patrolling purposes, and for the protection of a caretaker on an evicted farm. The expense of the six men is chargeable to the Constabulary Vote in the same manner as that of men at ordinary police stations.