§ MR. MITCHELL HENRY
asked Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Whether he would now, in pursuance of his promise, give ample Notice of the second reading of this Bill?
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER (Mr. CHILDERS)
said, he proposed to place the National Debt Bill on the Paper for this day fortnight. It could not come on before that, and he feared not even then. The Amendments placed on the Paper had given the second reading a different character to that which was expected. It could only be brought on either as the first Order or early in the evening. Before it was brought on he would give ample Notice.