HC Deb 05 April 1877 vol 233 c650

(Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Mr. Solicitor General for Ireland.)

COMMITTEE. [Progress 22nd February.]

Bill considered in Committee.

(In the Committee.)


stated that he desired the Amendments agreed to in the English Bill to be inserted in the Irish Bill before it was proceeded with in Committee. However, there were some difficulties in the way, seeing that the Bill had already gone into Committee. The Speaker had already left the Chair, and he doubted whether he could insert Amendments in in the ordinary course. He would make further inquiry, and of course take care that due Notice should be given of the course to be adopted. He proposed now to report Progress, and to adjourn the Committee on the Bill until Monday.

Committee report Progress; to sit again upon Monday next.

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