HC Deb 29 April 1889 vol 335 c669

acquainted the House that he had received the following Letter relating to the Committal to Prison of Mr. Condon, a Member of this House:—

Court House, Clonmel,

24 April, 1889.


I beg to inform you that the appeal of Mr. Thomas J. Condon, M.P. for East Tipperary, from the decision of two Resident Magistrates, sentencing him to two months' imprisonment with hard labour, came on to be heard before me, and I this day affirmed the decision of the Magistrates and sentenced him to two months' imprisonment with hard labor, and have issued my warrant for his arrest.

I have the honor to remain,


Your most obt. servant,


County Court Judge and Chairman of Quarter Sessions Co. Tipperary.

The Right Honble.

The Speaker of the House of Commons, London.