HC Deb 18 March 1889 vol 334 c22
MR. MAC NEILL (Donegal, S.)

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether it was a fact that for some days past a process-server, on behalf of Mr. Musgrave, had been going through the parish of Kilrea, in the county of Donegal, serving ejectment processes on the tenants of Mr. Musgrave's estate in the said parish; whether the process-server was accompanied in his work by two constables of the Royal Irish Constabulary; and, under whose directions were the services of the said constables so employed?


The Constabulary Authorities report that the facts are as stated in the first paragraph, with the exception of the name of the parish, which should be Kilcar. Also that it is the case that the man was followed by two constables. These constables were sent as an ordinary precaution by the police officer in charge of the station.