§ 82. Mr. JELLETT
asked whether the Government are prepared to facilitate and finance a scheme of emigration by Colonies for such loyalists of the South and West of Ireland as may desire to leave that part of the country through apprehension of the results to themselves in the event of the Irish proposals of the Government becoming operative, and to compensate them for their losses?
§ Mr. MACPHERSON
I hope that this contingency may not arise, but if it does, it is obviously a proposal that would require grave and serious consideration
§ Captain REDMOND
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman to suggest to the hon. Member who put this question that, owing to the fearful intolerance with which he has been treated in Dublin ail his life, he should emigrate?