§ Order for Committee read.
§ Motion made, and Question proposed—
§ "That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair."
§ SIR BROOK BRIDGES moved the adjournment of the debate.
§ VISCOUNT BURY
said, that having introduced certain modifications into his Bill to meet the views of hon. Gentlemen opposite, he understood the Bill was not to be further opposed until its third reading.
§ MR. KINNAIRD
remarked that, he did not know what arrangements the noble Lord might have made with hon. Gentlemen opposite, but certainly the opponents of the measure on that side of the House had entered into no arrangement with him.
THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
observed, he must disclaim any knowledge of the arrangement referred to.
§ MR. HENLEY
suggested that, the noble Lord should mention the names of those who had entered into the agreement with him.
§ MR. BERESFORD HOPE
said, that on the noble Lord's consenting to modify certain clauses in the Bill, he had agreed not to oppose its being committed pro forma.
§ MR. SCHNEIDER
, suggested that, the second reading of the Bill might be taken at a morning sitting.
§ Motion agreed to,
§ Debate adjourned till Monday next.
§ House adjourned at quarter after One o'clock.