§ MR. MACFARLANE
asked the Prime Minister, Whether, considering the supreme importance of the Land Law 36 (Ireland) Bill, and the great advisability of sending it up to the House of Lords in good time, so as not to give that House any excuse on that account to reject it, he will postpone all other Business not of the most urgent nature in its favour and take it day by day?
, in reply, said, he was sure the hon. Member would not accuse him of want of sympathy if he declined to enter into the Question in detail. He would confine himself to saying that, as far as the Business of the Government was concerned, they attached the highest importance to the progress of the Land Law (Ireland) Bill being made as expeditiously as it could be done with due deliberation, and they would allow nothing but what was absolutely necessary or of the very simplest character to interfere with it.