§ SIR JOHN GRAY
moved the adjournment of the House in order to obtain a pledge from the Prime Minister that his promise when the debate was adjourned relative to the disturbance that took place in Phœnix Park, that ample opportunity should be given for continuing the debate, should be fulfilled. He asked 1773 the right hon. Gentleman that the adjourned debate should take precedence of the Orders of the Day.
said, he could not accede to the suggestion to postpone the Orders of the Day; but every facility should be given for continuing the debate after the Orders were disposed of.
§ Motion, by leave, withdrawn.