§ MR. LABOUCHERE
asked Mr. Attorney General, Whether shorthand notes were taken of the argument and judgments in the case of Bradlaugh v. Gosset; and, whether he will lay them upon the Table of the House?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir HENRY JAMES)
, in reply, said, it had not been the practice to lay Copies of shorthand notes on the Table of the House, as that would entail great expense. The matter, however, was entirely in the hands of the House. With regard to the notes in the case of "Bradlaugh v. Gosset," perhaps it would be sufficient if the hon. Member was allowed to see them.