HC Deb 27 May 1884 vol 288 cc1465-6

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, What decision the Lord Chancellor has come to with respect to the conduct of Mr. M'Clintock, J.P. D.L. County Grand Master, in summoning an Orange counter - demonstration in Londonderry, on 17th March last; whether he will lay upon the Table the Correspondence upon the subject; and, what decision has been come to in the case of Mr. Thomas Roche, J.P. Annakissy, county Cork?


The case of Mr. M'Clintock in relation to the transaction referred to has not been finally disposed of by the Lord Chancellor. There will be no objection, when the Correspondence has closed, to lay it on the Table. As to Mr. Thomas Roche, he has given such explanation of his conduct as the Lord Chancellor has been able to accept.