HC Deb 24 August 1893 vol 16 cc1054-5

Bill considered in Committee.

(In the Committee.)

[Mr. A. O'Connor in the Chair.]

MR. T. M. HEALY, (Louth, N.)

on a point of Order, called the attention of the Chairman to the fact that the record was that on a former occasion when the Chairman rose to put the First Schedule he (Mr. Healy) said he had an Amendment, and, as ho understood, the Chairman had not time to put the Question, "That this be the First Schedule of the Bill."

THE CHAIRMAN (Mr. A. O'Connor)

said, he had a clear recol- lection of what occurred. He put the Question, "That this be the First Schedule of the Bill," because there was no Notice of Amendment on the Paper, and he was not aware that the lion, and learned Gentleman proposed to move one.


Then I will move my Amendment to the Second Schedule of the Bill.

Second Schedule.


said, be wished to move an Amendment, The right lion, and learned Member for Bury (Sir H. James), alluding the other night, on the Home Rule Bill, to the Habeas Corpus Act, described it as obsolete.

MR. VICARY GIBBS (Herts,) St. Albans

moved to report Progress.

Motion made, and Question, "That the Chairman do report Progress, and ask leave to sit again,"—(Mr. Vicary Gibbs,)—put, and agreed to.

Committee report Progress; to sit again upon Monday next.