§ MR. W. H. SMITH
explained that the Standing Orders provided for either Order being taken first, and he had taken that which was in accordance with the generally expressed wish of the House.
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON
Sir, as I understand the right hon. Gentleman, the Peace Preservation Bill is to be proceeded with to-night, that in any case there will be a Morning Sitting tomorrow, and that on Thursday the third reading of the Peace Preservation Bill will be taken, I rise to ask the right hon. 398 Gentleman, What other business will be taken on Thursday next?
§ MR. DISRAELI
Sir, the Land Titles and Transfer Bill. With regard to the Peace Preservation Bill, my wish is to take the Report this evening and read the Bill a third time to-morrow morning. That would very much facilitate Public Business, and then we could make arrangements generally satisfactory to the House; but until that Bill is passed it will be impossible to make any definite statement.