§ MR. DILLWYN
asked the Postmaster General, Whether it was his intention to take the Post Office Money Bill to-night; if so, after what hour would he not take it?
§ MR. FAWCETT,
in reply, said, that he would bring on the Bill if he had an opportunity of doing so; but he would not bring it on after half-past 11 o'clock.
§ SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE
asked whether there would be a Morning Sitting to-morrow (Friday), and what Business would be taken on Monday?
in reply, said, that there would be a Morning Sitting to-morrow, and on Tuesdays and Fridays for the future. The resumption of the debate on the Irish Relief Bill was the first Order for that evening; and if the second reading were agreed to, he proposed, if it were agreeable to the feeling of the House, to take the Committee to-morrow. Otherwise the Savings Banks Bill would be proceeded with. On Monday Supply would be the first Order of the Day.