HC Deb 19 July 1904 vol 138 c424

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland whether the attention of the Commissioners of National Education has been directed to the eviction of the Roman Catholic teacher, Mr. Callogy, from the Roman Catholic School of Keadew, Carrick-on-Shannon, by the Protestant patron; what were the grounds for this eviction; and whether be can state what rights, if any, Mr. Callogy has to pension or compensation, in view of his period of service as a teacher.


The Commissioners have no knowledge of the alleged dismissal of this teacher, but are making inquiry in the matter. He has not reached the age for voluntary retirement, and unless it can be shown to be due to bodily or mental infirmity he would have no right to pension, beyond the refund to him of the premiums paid to the pension fund.