HC Deb 16 June 1880 vol 253 c163

Report from the Select Committee, with Minutes of Evidence, brought up, and read.


In moving, Sir, that this Report lie upon the Table, it may be convenient to the House to know that the proceedings of the Committee were somewhat complicated as well as the evidence, and that although the evidence is not very long, it will require probably some little time to complete. I do not think it will be completed before Friday morning; consequently, in case any action is taken on the Report of the Committee, it may be convenient for hon. Members to know how soon the proceedings of the Report will be in their hands. This will be either on Friday morning or Friday afternoon.


After what has fallen from the right hon. Gentleman, I beg leave to give Notice that I shall defer my Motion that Mr. Bradlaugh be allowed to Affirm until Monday next.

Motion agreed to.

Report to lie upon the Table, and to be printed. [No. 226.]

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