§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
said, it might be convenient to the House that he should mention, with 437 reference to the order of Business, that there was a Private Bill for the purchase of the East India Railway fixed for tomorrow; but it had been arranged that it should not be taken till to-morrow week. He hoped to take the Customs and Inland Revenue Bill after the Army Discipline Bill. The hon. Member for Burnley (Mr. Rylands) had given Notice of a Motion on the subject; but he did not think it need lead to any discussion. He should also be glad to take the East India Loan Bill.