§ MR. HENNESSY
said, he would beg to inquire, Whether, inasmuch as it has been the invariable practice for thirty-five years for the House of Commons to adjourn over the birthday of the Sovereign, and the Government Offices and the Banks to have a holiday, it was the intention of the Government to persist in their declared intention of not adjourning over to-morrow?
§ LORD JOHN RUSSELL:
It is the intention of Her Majesty's Government not to move an adjournment over to-morrow.
SIR GEORGE LEWIS:
There are Orders of private Members of considerable importance which the Government are unwilling to postpone.