HC Deb 19 February 1902 vol 103 c473

Mr. SPEAKER acquainted the House that he had received the following letter relating to the imprisonment of Mr. John O'Donnell.


"17th February, 1902.

"Sir,—We beg leave to inform you that Mr. John O'Donnell, M. P., South Mayo, having keen convicted by us of the offence of taking part in an unlawful assembly under The Criminal Law and Procedure (Ireland) Act, 1887, Sec. II., Sub-s. 3 (a), was sentenced to two calendar months imprisonment without hard labour; that he has been this day arrested in pursuance of said conviction, and is now undergoing imprisonment in His Majesty's Prison at Sligo.

"We have the honour to be,


"Your obedient Servants,

"F. B. HENN, R.M.

"WM. JONES, R. M."


"The Right Honourable

"The Speaker,

"House of Commons."

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