HL Deb 21 February 1862 vol 165 c543

THE EARL OF LEITRIM moved for a Copy of the Memorial of the widow, Mary Roarke, of Skreeny, in the county of Leitrim, to his Excellency The Earl of Carlisle, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, dated July, 1861; praying that her Informations might be received against certain persons who cruelly beat her when in a State of pregnancy, and thereby endangered her Life, she having omitted previously to tender her Informations pending the Trial of the same Persons for the Murder of her Husband, Patrick Roarke; also for the reply of His Excellency The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to that Memorial, dated the 1st day of August, 1861.


doubted, whether it was necessary to put the public to the expense of printing these papers, but at the same time the proper administration of justice was so delicate a matter that he should not oppose the motion of the noble Earl.

Motionagreed to.