§ MR. CLANCY () (for Sir THOMAS ESMONDE) () Dublin Co., S.
asked Mr. Attorney General for Ireland, Why the recent proceedings against parties drawing gravel from Killiney foreshore were taken in his name, and not in the name of the Dublin, Wick-low, and Wexford Railway Company, who were the parties interested; whether it is true that the public have been drawing sand from the foreshore from time immemorial, long before the railway line was made; and, whether it is true that the Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford Railway Company have been drawing gravel from the foreshore since the injunction has been granted against other parties?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. GIBSON), (Liverpool, Walton)
in reply, said, that as the Court had granted a decree in the case it would be improper for him to express any opinion on the facts. With regard to the last paragraph of the Question, he had got no information.