HC Deb 29 July 1867 vol 189 c330

said, he would beg to ask the right hon. Member for the University of Cambridge, Whether, looking to the state of public business, the advanced period of the Session, and the importance of the interests concerned in the Public Schools Bill, he intends proceeding with that measure during the present Session?


said, it was important that they should go on with the Bill as soon as possible, as the subject had been two years before the House. He therefore proposed to put the Bill for a second reading for Friday after Supply, and to go into Committee on it on the following Tuesday morning.