§ MR. HEALY
rose to a point of Order. He saw the following Orders on the Paper:—Ways and Means, Committee; Local Courts of Bankruptcy (Ireland) [Salaries, &c.]; Report thereupon; and Post Office (Land) Bill; As amended to be considered. These Orders were down for the Morning Sitting which terminated at 7 o'clock, and there was no time with Mr. Speaker in the Chair, before the suspension of the Sitting, for Notice to be given in order to have the Orders put down for the Evening Sitting. When Mr. Speaker was not in the Chair no Notices could be received by the Clerks at the Table. He wished to know, therefore, how these three Notices got on the Paper? He did not object to them, but simply asked as a matter of Order.
§ MR. SPEAKER
stated that the Orders of the Day were postponed from the Morning Sitting to the evening in pursuance of a Resolution of the House.