HC Deb 27 June 1910 vol 18 c684

asked the Chief Secretary if he has ascertained whether, prior to the two outrages upon Patrick Daly, who was in the first place shot at a month ago, and was subsequently found by a police patrol on the roadside near Kilmorrane riddled with pellets of No. 4 shot, a resolution was passed by the United Irish League calling upon Daly's mother to surrender her farm on the New-hall estates; and whether he will take steps to prevent the publication of such resolutions as being an incitement to a breach of the peace.


I have made inquiries, as I promised to do, and am informed by the police that so far as they can ascertain no such resolution was passed.