§ MR. TIMOTHY HEALY
I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether, before the Prisons Vote is taken, he would have any objection to print the correspondence between Mr. John Cullinan of Bansha and the Prisons Board relative to the typhoid outbreak in 1663 Tullamore Gaol, and also such medical and sanitary reports as are germane to the matter?
§ *MR. JACKSON
It is not the practice to lay correspondence of this nature on the Table. The hon. Member has perhaps seen the report made by the experts as to the insanitary condition of the gaol? If he has not, I shall be glad to furnish him with a copy.