§ MR. G. BROWNE
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland, Whether it is intended to remunerate the Clerks of Unions in Ireland for the additional duty imposed upon them in making out Lists of Jurors?
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON
in reply, said, that these expenses would be dealt with under the Act of 1871. Probably his hon. Friend had in his mind the various Petitions which had been presented by Boards of Guardians, praying that the expenses under the Juries Act should be paid out of the Consolidated Fund. That, however, was a question which would have to be considered separately both as regarded England and Ireland, and he could not hold out any hope that the course proposed would be adopted.