§ Mr. Hawes
wished to ask a question of the Vice-President of the Board of Trade. He understood that the printed tariff contained many important typographical errors. Now much anxiety existed to have correct information upon the final intentions of Government. He wished to know how soon corrected schedules would be laid before the House.
§ Mr. Gladstone
admitted that there did exist some errors and omissions, partly the fault of the copyist and partly that of the printer. Lists of errata and corrected copies would be prepared, printed, and delivered to Members before Easter.