§ MR. FIRTH
asked MR. Attorney General, Whether his attention has been called to the recent sale by the principal agents and commoners of Clement's Inn of the property of such Inn; and, whether he will take steps to insure the proceeds of such sale being applied to such public purposes as the Inn was established to serve?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir HENRY JAMES)
, in reply, said, his attention had not been called to the subject in any way nor had he received any information from his hon. Friend in relation to it. All he could say was, that if 1334 any information were conveyed to him that the public interest required to be protected by legal process he would, of course, consider it.