HC Deb 10 December 1888 vol 331 cc1598-9
MR. FLYNN (Cork, N.)

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether, in the case of John and Daniel Scannell, John Cahill, and Humphrey Moynihan, who were arrested on November 21, and taken before Mr. M'Dermott, R.M., at Rathmore, County Kerry, there was a warrant issued for the arrest of all or any of them, or if there was a summons issued against any of them; under what circumstances they were arrested; and, if it is intended to proceed against them; and on what charge?

THE SOLICITOR GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. MADDEN)(who replied) (Dublin University)

said, he was informed that there was a warrant in these cases; but he had no detailed information as to facts.