§ MR. MURRAY
said, he wished to ask Mr. Attorney General, Whether it is intended to introduce in this Session any Bill to carry out the Resolutions reported to the House by the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the working of the Bankruptcy Act, 1861?
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
said, in reply, that considering the magnitude and importance of the subject, he did not think it possible to give any engagement on the part of the Government that a Bill would be introduced during the present Session. All he would undertake to say was that the recommendations of the Committee would, without any loss of time, receive the best consideration of the Government, with the view to introduce as speedily as possible such a measure as it should seem to them expedient to adopt.