§ Mr. GINNELL
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he has noticed that in the most important divisions in this House on the Irish Land Bill on 9th and 23rd July every Irish Member in the House voted against the Government, except one Member who is in receipt of a salary; and whether he proposes at a later stage of the Bill to make any concession on the question at issue to this unanimity of Irish opinion constitutionally expressed.
§ Mr. CHERRY
The facts referred to have not escaped the notice of my right hon. Friend, but he has not at present any observations to make about them.