§ MR. LONSDALE
To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ire-land if he will state in what counties have charges for extra police been remitted during the past five years, and the amounts so remitted in each case.
(Answered by Mr. Wyndham.) The following is a list of the cases in which charges for additional forces of police 365 were remitted for the reasons explained by me in answer to my hon. friend's previous Question of the 24th ultimo † The period covered by these remitted charges, the amount of which is shown in each case, extends from 1st April, 1901, to 31st March, 1903:—County Cavan, £182 17s. 9d.; County CIare,£l,067 3s. 6d.; County Fermanagh, £179 Is. 4d.; County Galway, £756 13s. 3d.; County Leitrim, £903 lls. 9d; County Roscommon, £801 14s l0d.: County Sligo, £2,323 16s. 10d.; County Tipperary, £633 2s. 10d.; County' Waterford, £556 15s. 6d.; Total £7,404 17s. 7d.