HC Deb 01 June 1883 vol 279 c1488

It may be in the recollection of the House that the hon. Member for Newcastle (Mr. J. Cowen) yesterday put a Question to me with regard to supposed communications between the Irish Government and Mr. Errington. I said that I would make inquiries. Naturally, I have not been able to make inquiries in the interval; but I have no doubt I shall be able, in a short time, to answer the Question. It will probably be convenient to the hon. Member, and also to the noble Lord the Member for Woodstock (Lord Randolph Churchill), that all questions relating to this matter should be discussed together. Therefore, I would suggest that we should go on with Supply generally, but reserving the Report upon the particular Vote relating to the Foreign Office. That, if convenient, we shall take on Monday night; at any rate, we shall take care that it is brought on so as to cause no disadvantage to the noble Lord.


said, he should be happy to agree to this arrangement.

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