HC Deb 15 June 1866 vol 184 c465

said, he would beg to ask the hon. and learned Member for Exeter, Whether he intends to proceed with the third reading of the Tests Abolition (Oxford) Bill that night?


said, in reply, that, looking to the state of public business as appearing upon the paper, and to the fact that notice had been given by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Oxford that he meant to take a division upon the third reading of the Bill, he (Mr. Coleridge) did not think it would be for the convenience of Members generally to attempt to bring it on that evening. With the leave of the House he should, therefore, postpone his Motion to another occasion, probably the 3rd of July.