HC Deb 18 June 1880 vol 253 c299

As I do not see the noble Lord the Member for Woodstock (Lord Randolph Churchill) in his place, I beg to give Notice of a Question which I intended to ask him to-day. The noble Lord did not adopt the usual practice of giving Notice to an hon. Member that he would on a future day bring forward what he was pleased to call "the grave imputation of the learned Judge" on the conduct of that Member. Therefore, I give Notice that on Monday I will ask the noble Lord why he defers for a whole week the Motion of which he has given Notice, and which now stands on the Order Book, instead of bringing it forward at the earliest possible opportunity?