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Mr Grinnell, Mp, And Cattle Driving

Volume 180: debated on Thursday 15 August 1907

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I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, whether he has perused the official report of the speech delivered by the hon. Member for North Westmeath at Strokestown, county Roscommon, on Sunday, when the hon. Member said that the cattle ought to be driven off the ranches, and that the people of Strokestown ought to relieve the pressure on the people of other parishes by giving some occupation to the police thereabouts; and whether he proposes to take action with reference to such incitements to lawless conduct.

The transcript of the shorthand writer's notes in this case has not yet reached my hands.