HC Deb 23 March 1863 vol 169 c1745

gave notice that he should submit his Financial Statement to the House on Thursday, the 16th of April, that being the second Government day after the recess, and it not being the usage to place any important business on the paper the first night after the re-assembling of Parliament. He also begged to give notice that in the event of the Report on the Tobacco Duties Bill being received that night without opposition, he should tomorrow move that it be read a third time at half past four, in order that it might at once be taken up to the House of Lords, so that the trade might be relieved from suspense as soon as possible.