§ MR. GREGORY
said, in the absence of the right hon. and learned Gentleman the Member for Belfast (Sir H. Cairns) he wished to ask the right hon. and learned Gentleman the Member for the University of Dublin, Whether it is intended to proceed with the Marriages (Ireland) Bill?
§ MR. WHITESIDE
said, there had been no opportunity of conferring with his right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Belfast, but he apprehended that the state of public business would render it impossible to press the measure this Session.
§ COLONEL FRENCH
hoped his right hon. and learned Friend would not object to say when he proposed to go on with the Judgments (Ireland) Bill.