§ MR. DISRAELI
said, some misapprehension appeared to exist upon what had fallen from the right hon. Gentleman the Chancellor of the Exchequer on a former evening with respect to the intention of the Government concerning the Sardinian loan. It was supposed that the right hon. 556 Gentleman had stated that a Bill would be introduced in order to remove any doubts respecting the payment of the balance of the loan.
THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
, in reply said, that the apprehension described by the right hon. Gentleman was correct. As soon as the matter could be reduced to a Convention, or some formal shape, a Bill would be founded upon it, and introduced into the House as speedily as possible.