HC Deb 01 April 1887 vol 313 cc228-9
MR. P. J. O'BRIEN (Tipperary, N.)

asked the Chief Secretary to The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If he will inform the House at what time, and in what district of the County of Tipperary, the outrage occurred, described by him as having been committed "on a respectable girl by one John Hogan;" and, when and where did Hogan's trial take, place?

THE CHIEF SECRETARY (Mr. A. J. BALFOUR) (Manchester, E.), in reply, said, the outrage referred to occurred in the district of Tipperary on the 1st of November last, and the trial took place at the recent Spring Assizes at Clonmel.

MR. T. M. HEALY (Longford N.)

asked, if the right hon. Gentleman would consult with Messrs. Ryan, Q.C., and Lynch, Q.C., The Crown Prosecutors for that Circuit, and inform the House if the statement he gave was correct?

[No reply.]