MR. DEPUTY SPEAKER
acquainted the House that he had received the following Letter, relating to the Conviction of a Member of this House:—
§ 10th May, 1888.
§ I have the honor to report that on the 7th instant, at Mitchelstown, Mr. Condon, M. P., was tried and convicted before a Court constituted under "The Criminal Law and Procedure (Ireland) Act, 1887," of which I was a member, and sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment without hard labour. The offence charged was for taking part in an unlawful assembly, under Sec. 2 of said Act.
§ I have the honor to be,
§ Your obedient servant,
§ J. B. IRWIN, R.M.
§ To the Right Honble. the Speaker,
§ House of Commons.