HC Deb 08 May 1885 vol 298 c16

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, How the County Donegal Infirmary at Lifford is maintained and managed, and to what classes of patients it is open; also, if John M'Sweeney of Gweedore, who obtained from the medical officer of the Gweedore district, on the 26th of March, an order for admission to the Lifford Infirmary, and who is unable to travel, has yet been conveyed to the Infirmary; and, whether the conveyance will be provided?


The Donegal Infirmary appears to be maintained and managed under the Acts 5 & 6 Geo. III. c. 20, 45 Geo. III. c. 3, and 46 Geo. III. c. 95, and to be open to all classes of poor persons. I am informed that John M'Sweeney was admitted to it on the 5th instant; but I have no information as to how he got there.