§ MR. SAMUELSON
asked the President of the Board of Trade, Whether he would suggest to the Chairman of the Royal Commission on Railway Accidents the publication of the Evidence on Accidents in England, without waiting for the close of the inquiry in Ireland?
§ SIR CHARLES ADDERLEY
, in reply, said, he had written to Lord Aberdeen, who was Chairman of the Commission on Railway Accidents, and was now carrying on the inquiry in Ireland, to ask him what his opinion was as to the propriety of publishing the evidence on accidents in England without waiting for the close of the inquiry in Ireland, but he had not yet received an answer. He declined to suggest this course to Lord Aberdeen, because he did not think it expedient to make a partial and incomplete Report.