§ THE LORD MAYOR OF DUBLIN (Mr. SEXTON) (Belfast, W.)
asked the Solicitor General for Ireland, Whether it was a fact that although a promise was given that the Members of Parliament recently proceeded against under the Coercion Act would not be prevented from attending the discussion of the Irish Estimates, yet several other persons against whom the same political charges were made had been summoned to attend Court on Monday and Thursday; and, whether these latter cases would not also be postponed, as if they were disposed of in the meanwhile, the result would prejudice the subsequent trial of the Members of Parliament?
§ THE SOLICITOR GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. MADDEN) (Dublin University)
said, arrangements would be made to the effect desired by the hon. Member.