HC Deb 01 June 1888 vol 326 c883
MR. WARMINGTON (Monmouth, W.)

asked Mr. Attorney General, Whether he intends, on behalf of the Government, to move the Resolution for the appointment of an additional Judge to be attached to the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice, which before the Whitsuntide Vacation stood in his name; and, if not, whether he will communicate with the Lord Chancellor with the view of ascertaining whether some means can be adopted by transfer to the Queen's Bench Division of the said Court of those actions which by the Judicature Acts are not specially assigned to the Chancery Division, to relieve the list of actions and matters now awaiting trial and hearing in the said Chancery Division?


, in reply, said, that whether this Resolution was brought forward must depend upon the progress of Public Business. Upon the second part of the hon. Member's question he would communicate with the Lord Chancellor with a view to see what could be done.

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