§ MR. ROEBUCK
said, he would beg to ask the right hon. and learned Gentleman the Attorney General for Ireland whether he intends to propose any Amendment of the criminal law to meet the defects pointed out by him in relation to the Tipperary Bank case.
MR. J. D. FITZGERALD
replied, that the Tipperary Bank case having disclosed the existence of a very great defect in the criminal law, owing to which more frauds might pass unpunished, it was his intention early next Session to introduce a full and 1035 complete measure which would, he hoped, meet all cases of fraudulent appropriation of the property of others.