HC Deb 29 April 1875 vol 223 c1828

In reply to Mr. PEASE,


said, that it would depend upon the progress made in Committee that night on the Peace Preservation (Ireland) Bill whether it would be necessary to ask the House to consent to a Day Sitting to-morrow. If sufficient progress was made he would not ask the House to meet to-morrow; but, if not, it would be his duty to make such a proposal.