§ MR. SEXTON
asked the Solicitor General for Ireland whether the inquiry into the prison treatment of Mr. William O'Brien had concluded; what witnesses were examined; and how soon a Copy of the Evidence would be laid upon the Table?
§ MR. MADDEN
So far as the Chief Secretary is aware, the inquiry into the prison treatment of Mr. William O'Brien has been concluded. The doctor, the Governor, the head warder, three other warders concerned, and the acting chaplain of Clonmel Prison, also Alderman Hackett and Mr. William O'Brien, have been examined. The evidence is now being printed, and will be laid on the Table as soon as it is ready.