HC Deb 14 February 1887 vol 310 c1386

Order for Third Reading read.

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Order for the Third Reading be taken into consideration To-morrow."—(Sir Charles Forster.)

MR. EWART (Belfast, N.)

Upon the Question that the Order for the third reading of this Bill be postponed until to-morrow, I wish to say that an arrangement has been come to with the hon. Member for West Belfast (Mr. Sexton), who has given Notice of his intention to oppose the Bill, that he and his Friends propose to avail themselves of the opportunity to express their opinions upon the measure to-morrow; but that they do not intend to put the House to the trouble of dividing upon it.

Motion agreed to.

Third Reading deferred till To-morrow.

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