HC Deb 26 May 1870 vol 201 cc1411-2

I see, Sir, that the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Oxfordshire (Mr. Henley) has given Notice of his intention, on the Motion for going into Supply to-night— To call the attention of the House to the rule or practice of ordering strangers to withdraw, and the effect thereof. I should be glad if the right hon. Gentleman would allow two or three days for the consideration of the matter on the part of the Government, and I hope on Monday to be in a condition to state to the House whether we have any measure to propose in reference to it. Under these circumstances, probably, it might not be disagreeable to the right hon. Gentleman to postpone raising the question for two or three days.


If the right hon. Gentleman will make his statement on the subject on Monday, I have not the least objection to give way.


It shall certainly be made on Monday next.