§ MR. T. DUNCOMBE
said, he wished to know if the Government had any objection to go into Committee on the Highways Bill, pro forma, for the purpose of reprint- 1351 ing it with the Amendments of which notice had been given.
said, he thought that would be a very inconvenient course. The better plan would be to go through the un-opposed clauses, and postpone the new ones. Although the Amendments looked formidable on paper, they were not in reality of great importance.
In reply to a question by SIR GEORGE GREY,
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
said the Government would not go into the Highways Bill after ten o'clock.