MR. PATRICK O'BRIEN
I beg to ask the Attorney General for Ireland whether his attention has been drawn to the decision in the case of "Lyons v. Champey" by the Court of Appeal in Ireland in November, 1889, where the headnote prefixed to the Report of the case says that "the town clerk may and should insert the successive premises in his list"; and whether, if so, he will now re-consider his determination to give no directions to the clerks of Unions to obey the law as laid down by the Court of Appeal?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. MADDEN,) Dublin University
I have referred to the authorised Report of the case mentioned by the hon. Member in his question, and I find that he has been entirely misinformed. There is no such headnote as he speaks of.