HC Deb 06 August 1878 vol 242 c1302

said, that as he believed it would be for the convenience of the House that no Motion put down for Supply should interfere with the discussion which was to take place in Committee of Ways and Means, he willingly acceded to the appeal made by the noble Lord (the Marquess of Hartington) on the previous evening, and he would not bring on his Motion relating to the Anglo-Turkish Convention that evening. He should, however, if possible, move it on Thursday next; but he might state that it was not his intention to revive any of the issues which had been decided last week by so large a majority.