§ Mr. WILLIAM O'BRIEN
asked the Prime Minister whether no Irish Vote has been put down during the present Session which would make it possible to discuss the practical cessation of land purchase or the charge of partiality in the administration of justice preferred against the 1808 Irish Government in connection with the Bantry and Crossmolina riots; and whether he will arrange that the Vote for the Chief Secretary's salary, or some other appropriate Irish Vote, shall be taken on Friday?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
I do not think that Friday would be a convenient day for the purpose. We shall take Irish Estimates later in the Session on a day which is convenient to all parties.