HC Deb 19 March 1868 vol 190 cc1891-2

said, he wished to ask the Chief Secretary for Ireland, When and in what manner it is the intention of the Government to give the House the opportunity promised by him of considering the proposed issue of a Charter for a Roman Catholic University in Ireland?


replied, that in this matter the Government were very much in the hands of the House. The desire of the Government was to take the mode most convenient for enabling the House to express an opinion upon their proposal. He could not of course state exactly at what time he should be prepared to invite the House to consider the subject, but either by Motion for Papers, by laying Correspondence on the table of the House, or by some means of that kind, he should certainly take an opportunity of calling the attention of the House to the subject.