HC Deb 17 July 1879 vol 248 c634

In reply to Mr. DILLWYN,


said, that with regard to the Business of to-morrow, he could do no more than refer to the position of the Army Discipline and Regulation Bill. He did not know whether it was to be anticipated that the Report would be agreed to to-day. If it were not, it would be proceeded with at a Morning Sitting to-morrow. In any circumstances, he hoped they would be able to close the consideration of the Report to-morrow, and be allowed to read the Bill a third time, to avoid the inconvenience of a Saturday Sitting, which would otherwise be necessary. With regard to Monday next, it would be necessary to take Supply, and the first Votes to be taken would be those for the Queen's University and Queen's Colleges, and the other Irish Votes.