§ MR. LEAHY
asked Mr. Solicitor General for Ireland, Whether his attention has been called to the statement made by the clerk of the Naas Union, as reported in The Leinster Leader of the 4th instant, that the married soldiers occupying huts in the Military Encampment at the Curragh, in the county of Kildare, are entitled to be put on the voters' list; and, whether this is a correct interpretation of the purpose of the Franchise Act and the Registration Bill?
§ THE SOLICITOR, GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. WALKER)
It is not quite possible for me, under the present circumstances, to state whether married 1322 soldiers are entitled to be registered. I cannot answer that Question without being aware of the special circumstances of the case.