HC Deb 25 June 1877 vol 235 cc200-1

asked Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Whether, as there is a Motion on the Paper challenging the action of the Secretary of State for India in reference to the Fuller and Leeds Case, he will give the House an opportunity of expressing its opinion on that Motion; and, whether he can make any arrangement which will enable the Right honourable Gentleman the Member for the University of London, who has given Notice of that Motion, to bring it forward at such a time that a division upon it can be taken?


, in reply, said, he should be glad if the opportunity in question could be found. He was unable, however, in the present state of Public Business, to promise to make an arrangement for bringing it forward.