§ Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Select Committee do consist of Nineteen Members."—(Sir Henry Havelock.)
§ Amendment proposed, to leave out the word "Nineteen," in order to insert the words "Twenty-one,"—(Captain Nolan,)—instead thereof.
§ Question, "That the word 'Nineteen' stand part of the Question, put, and negatived.
§ Question, "That the words 'Twenty-one' be there inserted, instead thereof," put, and agreed to.
§ Main Question, as amended, put, and agreed to.
§ Ordered, That the Select Committee do consist of Twenty-one Members:—Viscount Hinching-brook, Lord Eustace Cecil, General Shute, Mr. Gerard Noel, Mr. James Corry, Lord Elcho, Captain Price, Mr. John Talbot, Sir Charles Russell, Sir Henry Holland, Mr. Childers, Mr. Campbell-Bannerman, Mr. Errington, Mr. Hanbury-Tracy, Colonel Mure, Mr. John Holms, Sir George Balfour, Mr. Laing, and Sir Henry Havelock, nominated Members of the Committee:—Power to send for persons, papers, and records; Five to be the quorum.
§ And, on May 16, Sir John Hay and Major O'Gorman added.
§ House adjourned at One o'clock