§ On Motion, "That the sitting of the House To-morrow, at Two of the clock, be subject to the Resolution of the House of the 30th day of April, 1869."
§ MR. ANDERSON
complained that the course of the Government, in fixing a morning sitting so early in the Session, was unprecedented, and he trusted that when they met in the evening, the 1856 Government would take care to have a House to enable him to bring on his Motion about the Currency, or else he would suffer materially by the change the Government had made in the sitting of the House.
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
thought there was no harm in putting the Friendly Societies Bill on the Paper, in the hope that if the discussion on the Regimental Exchanges Bill terminated at an early hour, they might proceed so as to enable them to get into Committee.
§ Motion agreed to.
§ Resolved, "That the sitting of the House To-morrow, at Two of the clock, be held subject to the Resolution of the House of the 30th day of April 1869."