§ COLONEL VANDELEUR
said, he wished to ask the Chief Secretary for Ireland, Whether any or what disposition has been made of the property of the late Alexander Casey, of the county Clare, forfeited to 371 the Crown, his alleged will having been set aside by the Court of Probate in 1863; and whether it is true that the late Attorney General for Ireland has recommended the reversion of the property to be left away from the wife of the deceased and to be given in fee to a stranger; and whether he has any objection to lay all the Papers and Memorials connected with the case upon the table of the House?
§ SIR ROBERT PEEL,
in reply, said, the property in question had been disposed of, by the fact of its having been left to the widow during her life; and at her death it was to go to a relative of the deceased husband. He begged to state to the hon. and gallant Gentleman that it would not be convenient to lay the papers connected with the case on the table of the House.