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THE " TIMES "-PARNELL ENQUIRY.

London, June 26

Mr T. Sexton, M.P., is being examined by the Commission. He refuted Le Caron's statement that he assisted Brennan to escape to America The witness stated that he was unable to account fur the missing funds of the

Mr Sexton further deposed that boycotting was a necessary evil.

Mr T. Harrington denied that he had given Thos. O'Connor, the informer, money for the purpose of intimidating voters at an election.

Sir Jas. Hannen censured Mr Harrington for attempting to evade questions instead of answering them.

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THE " TIMES "-PARNELL ENQUIRY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2160, 28 June 1889

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