§ MR. CALLAN
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland, Whether it was intended to take the Committee on the Irish Church Act Amendment Bill at the Sitting to-day?
§ MR. W. E. FORSTER
said, it was important that he should at that period of the Session take every opportunity of bringing on that Bill. The Irish Church Commission had nearly completed its labours, and it was not desirable that the salaries of persons employed under it should be continued when they had nothing to do.
§ LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL
said, that if the Bill were brought on after Supply he should use all the Forms of the House in opposing it.