§ MR. ARTHUR MILLS
said, he would beg to ask the First Commissioner of Works, Whether the Government have abandoned the intention of introducing any measure for the concentration of the Courts of Justice? The present suspense was extremely inconvenient to the profession and injurious to the owners of property on the site recommended by the Commission of 1859. He knew of one man of the latter class who a few years ago derived about £2,000 a year from his property, and who was now almost ruined by the proceedings of the Government in issuing notices year after year.
said, the Government had not abandoned the project. It was at present under consideration, and he hoped shortly to be able to bring the matter before the House.
§ Main Question put, and agreed to.