§ MR. JOYCE (Limerick)
I beg to ask Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland whether he can state at what amount did the Educational Endowments Commission assess the value of the Roxborough Road school buildings; and was that valuation confirmed on appeal by the Privy Council of Ireland.
§ MR. CHERRY
The hon. Member will find full information on the subject of this Question at page 6 of the Final Report of the Educational Endowments (Ireland) Commission, 1894.
§ MR. JOYCE
I beg to ask Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland whether he can now state who is the tenant of Roxborough Road schools, Limerick, at present; is there any public trust attaching to this tenancy; is a school carried on in these premises; and is it a condition of admission to it that the child must thenceforth profess the Protestant religion.
§ MR. CHERRY
The Commissioners of Education after their last meeting informed me that the present tenants of the Roxborough Road school premises are the Misses Gregg, the executors of the very rev. Dean Gregg, the late tenant; and that they do not hold under any trust. The next meeting of the Commissioners will be held on the 24th instant, and in the meantime I am unable to obtain information upon the concluding inquiries of the Question.