HC Deb 11 July 1873 vol 217 c213

in answer to inquiries of hon. Members, said, that if the Committee on the Judicature Bill terminated before half-past 12 o'clock, he proposed that they should proceed with the Turnpike Acts Continuance Bill, which had engaged their attention until such an inconveniently late hour that morning. If the Judicature Bill were not disposed of, they would have to proceed with it on Monday; otherwise the Report of the Amendments made in the Rating Bill would be considered. The Government were anxious, if it were possible, to go on with the Merchant Shipping Bill. Due Notice would be given of the time when the Real Estate Intestacy Bill would be taken. It was not intended to proceed with the Education Act Amendment Bill on Monday; but Notice could be given on that day when it would be brought on.