HC Deb 06 August 1887 vol 318 c1452
MR. MURPHY: (Dublin, St. Patrick's)

asked the Secretary to the Treasury, When may Mr. William J. Bayley, late of the Registrar General's Office, Dublin, expect the re-employment which the Treasury last year promised that he would get when a suitable vacancy occurred; and, whether Reports about him have since been received at Dublin Castle, which had the effect of delaying or destroying his prospects of re-employment; and, if so, will any such Reports be produced, that Mr. Bayley may have an opportunity of refuting them.


, in reply, said, there had not been time since this Question appeared on the Paper to receive any Report from Dublin as to the points stated; but as soon as such Report was received he would communicate with the hon. Member.