§ MR. BAILLIE
said, he rose to ask the noble Lord the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Whether the China Vote will be taken to-morrow, and whether the Papers relating to the subject which have been promised will at once be laid on the Table of the House?
§ LORD JOHN RUSSELL
said, he pro- 648 posed to take the Vote in question tomorrow, and to make a brief statement with reference to it. The papers to which the hon. Gentleman referred were not yet quite ready.
§ MR. HORSMAN
said, he wished to inquire whether the Vote for the expenses of the China war will be the first Government business to-morrow evening?