HC Deb 07 April 1892 vol 3 cc840-1

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland if he is aware that two men, a constable named Muldooney and a farmer named Finnigan, were convicted, about the year 1883, at the Sligo Assizes; if a Memorial, signed by several Magistrates of the locality where the offence was committed, has been addressed to the Government in favour of one of the convicted; if one of the convicted has been released; in favour of which of the convicted was this Memorial addressed; and which of the convicted has been released?


Memorials have from time to time been received on behalf of the convict referred to, but it is not a fact that either of them have been released.