HC Deb 14 April 1859 vol 153 c1765

said, that during the discussion which had just terminated he had received a communication from his noble Friend at the head of the Foreign Department, to the effect that it would be conducive to the public interest that his promised statement with respect to the present negotiations on European affairs should be postponed until Monday next. With the permission of the House, therefore, he would postpone his statement on the subject until that day, when his noble Friend would make a similar statement in the other House of Parliament.