HC Deb 14 July 1884 vol 290 c932

asked the Prime Minister, Whether he had observed as the first Order of the Day on Wednesday a Bill for the security of life and property at sea, drawn on lines entirely different from those of the Bill of the President of the Board of Trade, and how it happened that the Government had lost all interest in the subject?


I have not observed that the Bill to which the hon. Member refers is the first Order of the Day on Wednesday, and the reason that I have not observed it is that it is not so. The first Order for next Wednesday is one with respect to which I may say that if it came on it would be morally certain to occupy the whole of the Sitting—I mean the Bill relating to compulsory vaccination.

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