HC Deb 16 July 1866 vol 184 c917

Order for Committee read.


said, it was impossible to proceed with the Bill. He had, however, received a communication from the right hon. Member for Richmond (Sir Roundell Palmer), who had been good enough to inform him that he intended to move several Amendments, of which he was anxious the House should be in possession, as they might be advantageous in future legislation. He therefore proposed that the order for going into Committee should stand over till that day fortnight. The House could then go into Committee pro formâ, and the Bill would then be withdrawn.

Committee deferred till Monday, 30th July.

House adjourned at a quarter after One o'clock.