HL Deb 25 July 1862 vol 168 cc829-30

THE EARL OF LEITRIM moved, That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty for, Return of all the Expenses attending the late Special Commissions of Assizes in the Counties of Limerick and Tipperary in Ireland; distinguishing the Expenses under the several Heads for whatever Object incurred, either for the Law Officers of the Crown or the Police, or for any local or other Purpose whatsoever.

The noble Earl said, he thought it was a serious matter to put these counties to the expense of an additional assize, and further it was highly objectionable when a county was in an excited state.


said, there would be no objection to a Return in the same form as that given in the year 1830.

Address for, Return of the Total Expense of the late Special Commission held in Limerick and Clonmel; distinguishing the Amounts paid to the Judges, Crown Lawyers, Crown Solicitor, Clerk of the Crown, Sheriffs, and Police, and the Expense of maintaining the Witnesses in Limerick and Clonmel during the Continuance of the Commission.agreed to.