MR. O'CONNOR POWER
asked Mr. Attorney General for Ireland, If his attention has been called to the Memorial of John M'Crea in respect to the Sessional Crown Solicitor for Tyrone; and, whether that person is continued in that office?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Dr. BALL)
, in reply, said, he had not seen the Memorial, but he was acquainted with the circumstances connected with the person referred to, who had been sent to prison under an attachment of the Court of Chancery for not executing a deed. A process of that character was not within the dominion of the interference of the Executive Government or of any person whatever except the Judges of the Court of Chancery.