§ MR. J. R. YORKE
asked Mr. Attorney General, Whether he is able to say how long it will be before the Notes of the Shorthand Writer, taken at the trial of the late Petition on the Election for the Borough of Evesham, will be laid upon the Table of the House?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir HENRY JAMES),
in reply, said, it was intended to lay the evidence, together with the judgments of the learned Judges who had tried the Petition, upon the Table. The judgments had been forwarded to the learned Judges, who were now engaged in discharging other public duties, for their revision, and as soon as they returned them the full proceedings would be printed. Care would be taken that there should be no unnecessary delay.