§ MR. M. HEALY
I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether any decision has been come to as to the removal of prisoners from Tullamore Gaol, in view of the prevalence of typhoid in the gaol; and whether, in view of the wishes of their friends and their natural anxiety, Messrs. Patrick Moclair, of Clonmel, and Thomas Walsh, of Cashel, will in any case be removed?
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
The General Prisons Board are arranging to remove all the male prisoners in Tullamore who are in good health to Clonmel, where there is accommodation for them in a block separated entirely from the rest of the prison. The female prisoners, numbering only three, will be transferred to Grangegorman Prison.