§ MR. MUNRO-FERGUSON
asked the President of the Board of Trade, Whether, in view of the peculiar circumstances of the Highlands, as shown in the Report of the Crofters' Commission, the branch of this Report dealing with Highland fisheries will be duly considered in connection with that of the Piers and Harbours Commission; and, whether any action on the part of the Government n respect of these special recommendations may be expected during the present Session of Parliament?
§ SIR WILLIAM HARCOURT
said, the President of the Board of Trade had requested him to answer the Question. He thought he had partly answered it the other day, when he stated that the matter would be considered in connection with the Report of the Piers and Harbours Commission. The latter part of the Question, he was sorry to say, he could not answer.