§ SIR GEORGE CAMPBELL (Kirkcaldy, &c.)
asked the First Lord of the Treasury, Whether, considering the favour with which the Allotments Bill for England has been received in the House, and the rapid progress made with it, and considering also that Ireland was already provided for in this respect, while Scotland was left out in the cold, he would immediately introduce a Bill by which municipalities in populous places might be enabled to provide gardens for the labouring classes?
§ SIR GEORGE CAMPBELL
said, he hoped that in considering the matter the right hon. Gentleman would take care that it should not happen that there should be a Technical Education Bill and an Allotments Bill for England, while Scotland got neither.