HC Deb 24 May 1886 vol 305 c1974


Order read, for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question [18th May], That Mr. Henry H. Fowler be a Member of the Select Committee on the Ulster Canal and Tyrone Navigation Bill.

Question again proposed.

Debate resumed.

Question put, and agreed to.

MR. T. M. HEALY (Londonderry, S.)

As I understand it, there are upon the Committee four Members in favour of the Bill, and one opposed to it. I presume the Government have no objection to our having two Members on it who are opposed to the Bill, provided that to the additional Members to be nominated we add the name of another hon. Member in favour of the Bill, so that we shall be 2 to 7.


I have given Notice of my intention to move the appointment of two additional Members to the Committee, one in favour of the Bill, and one against it.

Sir JAMES CORRY, Mr. HASLETT, Mr. WILLIAM O'BRIEN, and Mr. ARTHUR O'CONNOR nominated other Members of the Select Committee.

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