§ On the Order of the Day for the Second Reading of this Bill,
§ MR. D. CRILLY (Mayo, N.)
said that the Measure included five Provisional Orders, four of which related to England and one to Ireland. He had no objection to make to the confirmation of the English Provisional Orders, but he did object to the confirmation of that which related to Killala.
§ MR. CRILLY
wished to ask, on a point of Order, whether if the Bill were postponed, he would be allowed to state his objections to the Measure when it came before the House on a future occasion.
§ *MR. SPEAKER
Certainly, the hon. Gentleman will have an opportunity of stating the grounds of his objections to the Bill.
§ MR. J. P. FARRELL (Cavan, W.)
asked whether he would be in order in moving an Instruction to the Committee on the Bill?
§ Second Reading deferred till Monday next.