HC Deb 22 November 1888 vol 330 c1932

Order for Second Reading read.

Mr. JOHNSTON (Belfast, S.)

said, that as this was one of the Bills which was hanging on night after night, he hoped the hon. and gallant Gentleman the Member for Galway (Colonel Nolan) would take the hint from the First Lord of the Treasury and withdraw the Bill. This was a Bill to which there was very decided objection in Ireland, and which could not be allowed to pass. [Cries of "Order!"]

Second Reading deferred till To-morrow.