HC Deb 23 March 1866 vol 182 c848

said, he would beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether any decision has been come to on the Memorial of Clerks in the Registry of Deeds Office in Dublin for an increase of their salaries; and, if such salaries are to be increased, from what time such increase is to be computed and paid, and what is to be the future minimum salary of a clerk in that Office?


Sir, a Commission was appointed by the Treasury to inquire into the establishment and salaries of the Registry of Deeds Office Dublin. This Commission has made a Report, and has recommended a revision of the salaries and a re-classification of the clerks. This Report is under consideration, but the rates of salary to be fixed, and the time at which such salaries are to commence, have not as yet been finally determined.