§ MR. DARBY GRIFFITH
said, he rose to ask the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether a Memorial has been received from Mr. Wrenfordsley, Solicitor, of Dublin, applying for compensation, on the plea of having suggested that the Landed Estates Court in Ireland should be made self-supporting; and whether it is the intention of the Irish Government to recommend such claim to the Treasury for consideration.
§ MR. VANCE
said, he was of opinion that Mr. Wrenfordsley was entitled to some 659 compensation for the pains which he had taken in bringing forward a plan for making the Landed Estates Court self-supporting, and he would express a hope that the right hon. Gentleman the Irish Secretary would be prepared to introduce a measure for carrying that plan into effect next Session.
§ MR. CARDWELL
said, that the Gentleman had not done him the honour of making an application to him, and he could not, therefore, say anything about the matter.