§ MR. ROEBUCK
said, seeing that the New Caledonia Bill was down for Second Reading, a subject which included that of the right of the Hudson's Bay Company to their present territory, but as it would be inconvenient for him then to bring forward his Motion in reference to it, he wished to know whether Government would grant him a day for doing so.
THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
said, the proposition he was prepared to make was this. If the hon. Member for Gateshead (Mr. Hutt) and the hon. Member for London (Mr. Crawford) would consent not to press their Motions on going into Committee of Supply on Monday, he would fix the first convenient day for those two hon. Members to bring forward the questions of which they had given notice; and he would have no objection also to place the name of the hon. and learned Member for Sheffield number three on the list, when the hon. and learned Gentleman would no doubt have the opportunity he so much desired.