HC Deb 08 May 1879 vol 245 c1967

in answer to Questions as to the order in which Bills would be taken, said, his right hon. Friend the President of the Local Government Board was very far from well, although better than be was the other day; therefore, he could not say on what day the Valuation of Property Bill would be proceeded with. He was afraid that the voice of his right hon. and gallant Friend near him (Colonel Stanley) was in such a state that it would not be fair to tax his powers the whole of the evening. He proposed, therefore, that at 10 o'clock they should take the Bankruptcy Bill With regard to the Summary Jurisdiction Bill, the Government would be guided by circumstances.