§ MR. DALRYMPLE
asked the First Lord of the Treasury, in view of the consideration of the question of the management of Scotch affairs, as to which he has lately received and acknowledged memorials and recommendations, Whether any opportunity will be given to the House of Commons of expressing an opinion upon the subject before a decision is taken upon it?
The best answer I can give to this Question is to say that I hope shortly to be in a condition to make some communication to the House on this matter.
The hon. Gentleman, when he hears any communication I have to make, will be able to exercise his own discretion as to whether there is any need for discussion.