HC Deb 14 June 1888 vol 327 c123

In reply to Mr. OSBORNE MORGAN (Denbighshire, E.),

THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY (Mr. W. H. SMITH) (Strand, Westminster)

said, that, in the present condition of Public Business, it was impossible for the Government to fix a date for taking the two Bills dealing with the subject of tithe rent-charge.

In reply to Sir WILLIAM HARCOURT (Derby) and Mr. BRADLAUGH (Northampton),


said, there would be a Morning Sitting to-morrow for the Local Government Bill. It might be necessary to take Supply one day next week—he hoped not more than one day—and the other days would be devoted to the Local Government Bill; but he would state definitely to-morrow if it would be necessary to take Supply, and, if so, on what day it would be taken.