§ SIR EDWARD GROGAN
said, he wished to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, If a detailed survey and examination of the Phoenix Park, Dublin, has been made by the Commissioners of Public Works; if any Report as to the condition of the Park has been made by them; and if he will lay such Report upon the table of the House?
, in reply, said, a Report of the nature referred to by the hon. Member had been received from the Board of; Works, and various improvements and new works, such as draining and replanting the Park, had been suggested. Those suggestions had been adopted, and provision for part of the necessary outlay would be made in the Estimates. There was no objection to lay the Report on the table, but the Estimates would contain all the necessary information.