HC Deb 01 March 1900 vol 79 c1423
MR. ARCHDALE () Fermanagh, N.

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for War whether, in view of the proposed increase to our Army, the War Office will reconsider their decision to remove headquarters from Enniskillen, a town which has given three regiments to the Army; and whether, taking into account its central position at the junction of four railways and the other advantages it possesses for troops, they will take into account the advisability of pulling down the disused gaol and erecting extra barracks on its site.


This decision cannot be reconsidered.