§ SIR JAMES GRAHAM
said, he wished to know, What the intentions of the Government were with regard to the Courts of Justice (Money) Bill?
said, there was a great desire on the part of a large portion of the legal profession that this Bill should pass into a law, and he was unwilling to abandon it while there remained a chance of obtaining sufficient time this Session for proper discussion. He would certainly not attempt to bring it forward when it could not be fully discussed—certainly not after eleven o'clock at night. He hoped that the Session might last long enough yet for the Bill to be discussed.
§ Sir JAMES GRAHAM
said, he wished to know at what future day would the right hon. Gentleman bring it on?
said, it was his intention to proceed with it, provided he could get time for full discussion.
§ MR. E. P. BOUVERIE
said, he intended, when the Bill should be brought on, to move that it be read a third time that day three months.