HC Deb 08 May 1902 vol 107 cc1076-7

To ask the First Lord of the Treasury, as the case for the recovery of the Irish gold ornaments is expected to come on soon after Whitsuntide, if he will cause the Royal Irish Academy to be informed of the date of the trial, when it is fixed, in accordance with the undertaking given recently by Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer.

(Answer.) The Treasury solicitor, who has the case in hand, will inform the Royal Irish Academy of the date fixed for the trial as soon as he is in a position to do so.—(Treasury.)