§ MR. JOYCE (Limerick)
I beg to ask Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland whether he has had any communications recently from the borough council of Limerick with regard to the Roxborough Road Schools in that city; and, if so, whether he will state generally the purport of these communications and lay them, with his answers, upon the Table of the House.
§ THE ATTORNEY - GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. CHERRY,) Liverpool, Exchange
I received a letter from the town clerk of Limerick, dated the 27th February, 1906, applying to me as Attorney-General to commence legal proceedings to secure for the city of Limerick the property referred to. I replied to this letter that I should inquire into the matter as soon as possible. I find that legal proceedings in reference to this school have been going on for a considerable time, and that the matter is a very complicated one, though the property involved is small in value. I do not think that the matter is of sufficient general interest to justify me in laying the correspondence upon the Table of the House.