§ MR. DISRAELI
wished to know if the Business of the House for to-morrow will be taken by the Government in the order that it appears on the Paper; or whether any change will be made? He referred especially to the adjourned debate on the Paper Duty Bill.
SIR GEORGE LEWIS
said, in reply, that the Government had no power in arranging the Orders for Tuesday; but if his right hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer did not bring on the Paper Duty Bill, he (Sir George Lewis) would proceed with the London Corporation Bill. If, on the other hand, the Paper Duty debate were resumed, the latter Bill would be postponed.