§ MR. STUART RENDEL (Montgomeryshire)
I beg to ask the First Lord of the Treasury whether he is now able to name the day on which the Second Reading of the Tithes Bill will be taken?
§ In further answer to Mr. G. O. MORGAN and Mr. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN (Stirling),
§ In answer to Mr. PICTON (Leicester) and Mr. DILLWYN (Swansea),
§ * MR. W. H. SMITH
said: If we are so fortunate as to get a Vote on Account without discussion the Bills may be on the Paper on Thursday; and the Tithes Bill will be taken at an early hour.