HC Deb 17 April 1885 vol 297 c20

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether Mr. Edward Greer, Sub-Commissioner, was, until his appointment, partner with Mr. E. A. Mullan, Solicitor, Newry; whether on the door the words "Greer and Mullan, Solicitors," still appears, and cheques are still issued on the Newry Branch of the Bank of Ireland in the names of Greer and Mullan; and, whether there is an agreement between these gentlemen that on the cessation of Mr. Greer's employment as a Commissioner he is to resume his place in the firm?


I must ask for longer Notice of this Question, which obviously involves local inquiries, and which only appeared yesterday.