HC Deb 09 February 1865 vol 177 c119

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland, When he will lay upon the table of the House the Report of the Belfast Commission of Inquiry; and whether he intends to propose any legislation founded on that Report?


said, he believed the Report would be in the hands of hon. Members in a few days. He did not, of course, know certainly what would be the nature of its recommendations, and he could not therefore say whether the Government would propose any legislation founded upon them. But he could state that it was the intention of the Government to introduce a measure with reference to the condition of the town of Belfast.