HC Deb 09 August 1887 vol 318 c1709
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 got when a suitable vacancy occurred; and, whether Reports regarding his state of health have since been received at Dublin Castle, which may have 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?


I will inquire if there is a prospect of some temporary employment being found for Mr. Bavley. I believe that no Reports adverse to him have been received.