§ 68. Mr. GINNELL
asked the Under-Secretary of State for War the result of his inquiry with reference to Messrs. Lemass and Manning, left lying wounded in a courtyard in the Custom House, Dublin, for three days of the insurrection, 1646 thereby complicating their neglected wounds with other sickness; whether they have died or are recovering; and what the intention of the Government is with regard to them?
§ Mr. TENNANT
I do not know whether the facts are as stated. Inquiries are being made, and in the meantime I must regard the hon. Gentleman's suggestions as merely allegations.