THE CHANCELLOR OF WE EXCHEQUER
said, it would be convenient if the right hon. Gentleman the Member for the City of Oxford would state in what form he meant to bring forward his Motion to-morrow—whether as an Amendment on the Motion for going into Committee of Supply, or as a substantive Motion, because in the latter case he (the Chancellor of the Exchequer) should have to move that it take precedence of the Orders of the day,
§ MR. CARDWELL
said, he felt indebted to the right hon. Gentleman for affording him the opportunity of bringing on his Motion before the Orders of the Day. It was as a substantive Motion that he meant to introduce it, and it stood in the Order Book in that shape.
THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
said, he would now give notice that to-morrow he should move that the notice of Motion of the right hon. Gentleman (Mr. 531 Cardwell) should take precedence of the Orders of the Day.,