Firearms.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland. – in the House of Commons on 12th December 1922.

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Colonel NEWMAN:

78.

asked the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies to whom British subjects, whose firearms were, given up to the late Royal Irish Constabulary, should now make application, with a view to the possible restoration to them of their property?

Photo of Mr William Ormsby-Gore Mr William Ormsby-Gore , Stafford

Applications for the return of arms to owners resident in the area of the Free State cannot be entertained unless accompanied by a permit from the Free State authorities authorising the owner to have such arms in his possession. All such applications and all applications for the return of arms to owners resident in England should be addressed to the War Office.

Colonel NEWMAN:

Is it the War Office here, or the Irish War Office?