§ On Motion of Sir GEORGE GREY, resolved that the House at its rising do adjourn till Thursday.
said he would move, 833 that all Committees should have leave to sit, notwithstanding the adjournment of the House. The pressure of public business rendered it very desirable that the sittings of all the Committees should not be suspended for two days.
§ SIR JAMES GRAHAM
said, that the Committee over which he presided had, with the full consent of counsel, decided not to meet to-morrow, but, with the permission of the House, to sit on Wednesday.
§ SIR GEORGE GREY
said, that the Motion was intended only to give permission for the meeting of such Committees as chose to sit during the adjournment of the House.
said, he wished to explain that his Motion was in the usual terms, and would leave it to the decision of the several Committees whether or not they should sit.
§ Motion agreed to.
§ Ordered, That all Committees have leave to sit, notwithstanding the adjournment of the House.