HC Deb 17 May 1916 vol 82 c1505
78. Mr. BYRNE

had the following question on the Order Paper: To ask the Under-Secretary of State for War the name of the regiment and officers in charge in North King Street, Dublin, during the rising; whether he is aware that fourteen men, unarmed, and not connected in any way with the rising, were shot without trial and without any charge being made against them; and if, in the interests of justice and peace in Ireland, he will demand an explanation from those responsible for the incident?


This question, I think, is postponed.


May I inquire when I can put this question down again?


Monday or Tuesday—early next week.