said, he wished to ask the hon. Member for Sandwich, When the Report of the Commission on the Irish Constabulary, which sat recently in Dublin, and over which he presided, will be laid upon the table of the House?
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said, in reply, that the Report of the Commissioners had been presented to the Treasury, and was now under the consideration of the Government. He must remind his hon. and gallant Friend that this was not a Royal, but a Treasury Commission, and therefore it would not be laid upon the House as a mere matter of course. He was, however, authorized to state that, considering the importance of the subject, the Report and other papers would be laid on the table when the Government had decided upon the precise course which they intended to pursue.