moved, "That the Standing Orders of the House respecting Wednesdays' Sittings be suspended this day." The right hon. Gentleman explained that the object was to provide against the possibility—he hoped there was no likelihood—of any accidental prolongation of the Sitting after 6 o'clock. He also mentioned that the Government proposed that the House should meet to-morrow at 2 o'clock.
§ Motion agreed to.