asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland what were the total deaths, men, women, and children, re- 454W spectively, occasioned by firing on the crowd at the Croke Park football ground on the 21st November; how many men, women, and children, respectively, were wounded; whether a child was bayonetted; whether the military and auxiliary police suffered any casualties; and, if so, what were the number of dead and wounded, respectively?
§ Sir H. GREENWOOD
Ten men, one woman, and three children (under 14) were killed, or have died as the result of their injuries. These figures include the case of a woman who was crushed to death, and of a man who apparently died from shock. Twelve men have been detained in hospital for treatment of wounds or injuries. Fifty persons were treated in hospital, but not detained. I have no information as to how many of these cases were those of men, women or children, respectively. No child was bayonetted. There were no police or military casualties.