§ MR. MACFARLANE
asked the Lord Advocate, What course he proposes to take with regard to the Suspension of Evictions (Scotland) Bill; and, whether he intends to do to-night what he proposed to do yesterday—namely, to make a Motion for leave to bring in the Bill, and then adjourn the debate and make his statement to-morrow, so as to bring the matter on at a reasonable hour, and thus give an opportunity for discussion?
THE LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. J. B. BALEOUR),
in reply, said, the Government proposed to do to-day what was intended to have been done yesterday—that was to make a Motion for leave to introduce the Bill, and then immediately adjourn the debate; but he could not say that the discussion would be taken to-morrow.
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
asked, whether the right hon. and learned Gentleman intended to take the Bill to-morrow?
THE LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. J. B. BALFOUR)
said, that he was afraid he could not take it to-morrow; but he would do so on as early a day as possible.