§ SIR THOMAS ESMONDE (Wexford, N.)
To ask the Secretary to the Treasury if, inasmuch as the last Report of the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland deals only with the period ending 31st March, 1903, he will state what ancient monuments have been repaired from the 31st March, 1903, to the 31st March, 1904; what ancient monuments the Commissioners have become guardians of during that period; and what ruins have been brought under the notice of the Commissioners with a view to guardianship in that period.
(Answered by Mr. Victor Cavendish.) The Report of the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland for 1903–4 will be presented to Parliament very shortly, and will contain a complete list of the ancient monuments repaired during that year. The Commissioners have not become guardians of any ancient monuments during that period. The ruins brought under their notice in the last financial year, with a view to guardianship, are—
§ Grianan of Aileach, county Londonderry.
§ Bun-a-Margie (Ballycastle), county Antrim.
§ Kiltolagh Church, county Clare.