§ SIR EDWARD GROGAN
said, he rose to ask the President of the Board of Trade, If the Royal Commissioners of Inquiry, about to be appointed, will inquire into the Sea Fisheries of Ireland?
§ MR. MILNER GIBSON
, in reply, said, the Government thought it desirable that the Commission should extend its inquiries into the sea fisheries along the coast of Ireland.
§ COLONEL FRENCH
said, he wished to know, whether, as the House was prevented from proceeding with the Irish Fisheries Bill that day at a morning sitting, as proposed, in consequence of the count-out on the previous evening, the Government meant to bring it on at a morning sitting this week?