§ MR. SCULLY
said, he rose to ask the Chief Secretary for Ireland, If he is aware that large and increasing arrears of Untaxed Bills of Costs have been accumulating in the Taxing Office of the Irish Court of Chancery since the death of the late Taxing Master O'Dwyer, and also to inquire when a new Taxing Master will be appointed?
said, that no information had been received at the Treasury as to the business in the Taxing Office having fallen into arrears, and no application had been made by the Lord Chancellor of Ireland for the appointment of a successor to Master O'Dwyer.
§ MR. WHITESIDE
said, the office was a very important one, and ought to be filled up. He wished to know who had the appointment.