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Dundalk And Louth County Elections

Volume 218: debated on Thursday 19 March 1874

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MR. SPEAKER acquainted the House, that he had received a Letter from Philip Callan, esquire, returned as a Member for the Borough of Dundalk, and also for the County of Louth, making his election to serve for the Borough of Dundalk.

And the said Letter was read, as followeth:—Cookstown House, Ardee, Ireland,

March 17, 1874.

Sir,—Having been elected to serve in Parliament for the Borough of Dundalk and for the County of Louth, I beg leave to inform you that it is my intention to sit for the Borough of Dundalk. I have the honour to remain, Sir, your obedient Servant,

PHILIP CALLAN.

To the Right Hon. the Speaker of the House of Commons.