HC Deb 21 May 1874 vol 219 cc622-3

asked the Under Secretary of State for the Home Department, When certain Returns to which he had referred in the course of the Debate on the Government Intoxicating Liquors Bill, and on which in a great degree the Bill itself was understood to be founded, will he laid upon the Table of the House?


, in reply, said, they were laid by him on the Table of the House on the following-day. He believed they would be printed and in the hands of hon. Members before the House separated for Whitsuntide; but, if not, hon. Members would receive them during the Whitsuntide Recess.

Orders of the Day postponed till after the Notice of Motion relative to the Army (Lord Sandhurst).—(Mr. Disraeli.)