§ MR. BRODRICK
asked, Whether the Land Purchase (Ireland) Bill would be proceeded with to-morrow; and if the Chancellor of the Exchequer would aid him in obtaining the sense of the House on the Motion for going into Committee on the Police Enfranchisement Bill?
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
, in reply, said, he should be very glad if the sense of the House could be expressed upon the Police Enfranchisement Bill. The Government would endeavour to afford facilities in that direction if possible. The Committee on the Land Purchase (Ireland) Bill would follow the Housing of the Working Classes (England) Bill, which stood for second reading after the Criminal Law Amendment Bill, Report. If those were disposed of, then the Committee on the Land Bill would stand first for tomorrow.
§ MR. SERJEANT SIMON
If the Criminal Law Amendment Bill is not taken to-night, will it be the first Order tomorrow?