§ VISCOUNT PALMERSTON
said, he wished before the business of the evening was proceeded with to make an appeal to hon. Gentlemen who had Notices of Motion 011 the Paper on going into Supply, not 945 much progress having been made in Supply at the morning sitting. He hoped, therefore they might be allowed to go into Supply immediately, as they might then be able to complete their business in Supply that evening. If hon. Gentlemen, therefore, would postpone the Motions of which they had given notice, they could make them on the Bringing up of the report, and he would take care that they should have an opportunity of doing so early to-morrow.
§ Sir DE LACY EVANS, Mr. LINDSAY, and Mr. AUGUSTUS SMITH assented.