§ MR. M'CARTHY DOWNING
asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Registry of Deeds Office (Ireland), have made their Report; and, if so, when it may be laid upon the Table of the House and printed?
§ MR. W. H. SMITH
, in reply, said, the Report upon the office referred to was not the Report of any Commissioners, but of some gentlemen who had been requested to favour the Treasury with their opinions on the subject. It was not usual to lay such a Report upon the Table; but, if legislation were necessary, full information would be given to the House.