HC Deb 05 July 1872 vol 212 c698

, having been called on by Mr. Speaker, said, he should have to ask the advice of the right hon. Gentleman in the Chair with respect to a Notice which he should have to give. As it involved a question of Order, he would act upon the right hon. Gentleman's warning on a previous day, and, therefore, he now begged to move the Adjournment of the House.


According to the Orders of the House, the rule is, that after the Private Business, Petitions, and unopposed Motions have been disposed of, the Notices of Motion should be given. I therefore called upon the hon. Member to give a Notice of Motion, and he cannot take that opportunity of moving the Adjournment of the House.