HC Deb 28 May 1891 vol 353 c1201

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he has seen the letter recently addressed to the Assistant Commissioners of Intermediate Education in Ireland, by Mr. William Wilkins, on behalf of the Schoolmasters' Association, and the resolutions accompanying it; whether objection is made to the inclusion of Celtic, at the expense of the abandonment of some more useful language, ancient or modern; and whether he can state the course which the Commissioners of Intermediate Education intend to adopt in reference to these resolutions?


The Assistant Commissioners of Intermediate Education Report that the Resolutions referred to, together with other communications relative to the published Programmes of the Board, have been under consideration, and the Board purpose submitting additional Rules to the Lord Lieutenant in due course.