HC Deb 30 April 1862 vol 166 cc1105-6

said, he might be allowed to state, for the convenience of the House, that the first order for to-morrow would be the Markets and Fairs (Ireland) Bill. It had been the intention of the Chancellor of the Exchequer to take the Customs and Inland Revenue Bill first, but the representations made to him that day by a deputation had induced him to postpone the further consideration of that measure to Thursday, the 8th of May.

House adjourned at ten minute before Six o'clock.