§ MR. T. P. O'CONNOR
asked the Prime Minister, Whether the Government will be able to keep their promise, that there shall be an Evening Sitting 1887 to-morrow for resuming the discussion on the hon. Member for Longford's (Mr. Justin M'Carthy's) Motion as to the conduct of the Irish Executive in this matter; and, whether they will also have the advantage of the presence of the Chief Secretary for Ireland during the debate?
§ MR. PARNELL
asked, whether any arrangements had been made by the Government to take the adjourned debate at 2 o'clock?
in reply, said, it had been agreed upon that the discussion in question should be taken at the Evening Sitting at 9 o'clock. The case for the Government with regard to the Motion had already been stated, His right hon. Friend the Chief Secretary would not be able to be in his place to- morrow; but he had already spoken in the debate.