§ MR. BRADY
said, he rose to ask the Government if it intends to introduce any measure this Session for the alteration of the laws which regulate the relations between Landlords and Tenants in Ireland, with the view of securing compensation to the latter for all substantial and permanent improvements made by them on their holdings.
said, when the hon. and learned Attorney General for Ireland replied to that question he would perhaps be good enough to state whether the Government intended to introduce any measure for the reform of the Irish grand jury laws.
§ MR. J. D. FITZGERALD
said, it was not the intention of the Government during the present Session to introduce any measure for altering the laws regulating the relations between Landlords and Tenants in Ireland; but immediately after Parliament had risen the question would be taken into the anxious consideration of the Irish Government with the view to a settlement. He might add in answer to the question of the hon. and gallant Member, that it was not the intention of the Government to introduce any Bill relating to the Irish grand jury laws.