HC Deb 08 December 1890 vol 349 c691
MR. J. M'CARTHY (Londonderry)

I beg to give notice that as soon as possible after the re-assembling of the House next year I shall call attention to the circumstances connected with the prosecution of Mr. Dillon and Mr. W. O'Brien, and move a Resolution.

At a subsequent stage,

MR. T. W. RUSSELL (Tyrone, S.)

said: I wish to ask the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether, in view of the notice given by the hon. Member for Londonderry (Mr. J. M'Carthy) that he will take the earliest opportunity to review the proceedings at New Tipperary, he will lay upon the Table the Judgment given by Baron Palles in the case of Mr. O'Brien Dalton?


Yes, Sir; if there is, as I have reason to believe that there is, an authentic copy of that Judgment in existence, I shall be happy to lay it upon the Table of the House.