§ 57. Major WALTER GUINNESS
asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware that clerks in Government employment who were made prisoners when fighting 1509 British troops in the Dublin rebellion have since their release been reinstated; and whether he has sanctioned the giving of Government pay to those who took part in the rising?
§ Major GUINNESS
Will the right hon. Gentleman inquire as to Patrick Kelly, who was taken prisoner defending Jacobs' factory, and as to Patrick Sheehan, who fought in the rebellion—