§ MR. A. M. SULLIVAN
asked Mr. Attorney General for Ireland, whose name all missed with sorrow from the list which had been just read, Whether he had seen the statement in the newspapers that there had been a discovery in Dublin of very serious frauds with regard to stamps and legal forms; whether it was correct that several thousands of legal documents were now invalid, having been used by officials; and, whether he would recommend the Government to bring in a short Bill to legalise the documents in question?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. LAW)
said, he had 1139 seen the statement; but he had no official information on the subject. If the statement was true, the subject deserved consideration, and he would draw attention to it.