asked the Secretary of State for War, When he proposed to bring on the remaining Votes in the Army Estimates?
THE MARQUESS OF HAETINGTON
said, he feared there was no probability of bringing on the Army Estimates before the Whitsun Holidays. But be- 1725 fore the Holidays his right hon. Friend the Prime Minister would make a statement with regard to Public Business.
MR. J. STEWAET
asked the First Lord of the Treasury, Whether it was the intention of the Government to announce before the House rose at Whitsuntide what arrangements were proposed for the conduct of Scottish affairs in Parliament?
said, he had to confirm the statement made by his noble Friend in answer to the previous Question, and to say that in such explanations as he should give there would be an announcement of the views of the Government on the subject referred to.