§ SIR CHARLES W. DILKE
said, he wished, on behalf of the Government, to inform the House that the Business after the Budget to-morrow would be —first, the Municipal Elections (Corrupt and Illegal Practices) Bill, and next, the Law of Evidence in Criminal 404 Cases Bill, both Bills of his hon. and learned Friend the Attorney General, and both to be referred to the Committee on Law. After that, if there were time, the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday (Ireland) Bill would be taken. If the Bills were not reached to-morrow night after the Budget, it was proposed that there should be a Morning Sitting on Friday, when they would be taken in the same order.
§ COLONEL KING-HARMAN
said, that the Question which he had upon the Paper had been answered by the announcement of the right hon. Gentleman, and it would, therefore, be unnecessary for him to put it.