HC Deb 28 February 1896 vol 37 c1384
MR. THOMAS B. CURRAN (Donegal, N.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, if his attention has been directed to a Question put to his predecessor in office in April, 1895, by the hon. Member for East Donegal as to the death, from exposure and cold, of Cornelius Rudden, on the mountain pass between Donagh and the Illies, in County Donegal, on the 28th February, 1895, and to the finding of the jury as to the necessity for a road at the place; and, as his predecessor, in reply to the hon. Member for East Donegal, promised to refer the matter to the Congested Districts Board for further inquiry, whether any inquiry was made by that Board; and, if so, what was the nature of such inquiry; and, if any aid will be given in making such a road by the Government?


The suggestion for the making of the road in question has, I am informed, been more than once under the consideration of the Congested Districts Board, but it was decided by them not to make it.