§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir HENBY JAMES),
in reply, said, he was not aware of any cases where it had been so decided in reference to artizans' dwellings as such, or in relation to any particular dwellings; but there was a case decided some three years ago which he thought did cover circumstances similar to those attached to artizans' dwellings. He thought there could be no doubt that such occupiers would be occupying tenants so as to be entitled to vote.
§ MR. HEALY
said, it had boon decided in Ireland that persons occupying artizans' dwellings were neither occupiers nor lodgers; and he asked the hon. and learned Gentleman if he would have any objection, to make the matter clear by inserting a clause in the Representation of the People Bill?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir HENRY JAMES)
replied, that, of course, he had not searched the Irish Reports, and he was not aware of their decisions. He should speak to his hon. and learned Friend the Solicitor General for Ireland.