HC Deb 10 May 1898 vol 57 c851
MR. CREAN (Queen's Co., Ossory)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he has received a memorial from the Roscrea Union, signed by clergymen of various denominations and influential ratepayers, requesting him to amend the Local Government (Ireland) Bill so that a union may be in more than two counties, and to add the Kyle electoral division of the Urlingford Union to Roscrea, so as to make that portion of the union in the Queen's County sufficiently large to form a district council, thereby obviating the necessity of changing the present boundary of the county; and whether he will favourably consider the memorial?


The memorial has been received and will be considered.