HC Deb 18 May 1886 vol 305 cc1288-9
MR. RAIKES (Cambridge University)

asked the First Lord of the Treasury, Whether it is his intention, before the conclusion of the Debate on the Government of Ireland Bill, to print for the information of the House the (five) Schedules which appear in blank in the print of the Bill already delivered?

THE FIRST LORD (Mr. W. E. GLADSTONE) (Edinburgh, Mid Lothian)

, in reply, said, that he did not propose to fill up the Schedules during the debate on the second reading. Undoubtedly, those Schedules would have to be filled up before the Bill went into Committee; but, in the opinion of the Government, the contents of the Schedules would not materially affect the second reading of the measure.