HC Deb 29 July 1859 vol 155 cc658-9

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.


said, he was of opinion that Mr. Wrenfordsley was entitled to some 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.


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.