HC Deb 27 March 1893 vol 10 c1171
MR. MORROGH (Cork County, S. E.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland if his attention has been called to the statement by Mr. County Surveyor Jackson, before the County Grand Jury at the present Cork Spring Assizes, that it was difficult to get Magistrates to sign sudden Bench orders, and on one occasion he had to bring three Bandon Magistrates through West Muskerry (and pay their expenses) to get these orders signed; and, if so, will he communicate with the Lord Lieutenant of the county with a view to provide a remedy for this state of things?


I have only seen a newspaper report of this statement alleged to have been made by the County Surveyor, but the matter shall have my attention.