§ MR. SHAW LEFEVRE (Bradford, Central)
I think it will be for the convenience of the House if the Chancellor of the Exchequer will state the-course of business, and whether the Government propose to take the Land Bill to-morrow.
§ MR. LABOUCHERE (Northampton)
May I ask what is the meaning of the second Order on the Paper—Supply,—Progress; are we to understand that Supply will be taken in the event only of the Land Bill getting through Committee?
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER (Mr. GOSCHEN,) St. George's, Hanover Square
Yes; Supply will only be taken in the event of the Land Bill going through in time. If not, we shall to-morrow proceed with the Land Bill at the usual hour. On Monday, if we are through with the Land Bill either to-day or to-morrow, we shall take a Vote on Account as the first proceeding in Supply.
§ MR. PICTON (Leicester)
Will the Chancellor of the Exchequer tell us-when the Bill to provide free education will be introduced?
§ MR. GOSCHEN
As soon as we know-when the Land Bill is through, we shall be able to give a better idea as to the time.