HC Deb 21 July 1893 vol 15 c193

Order for Consideration of Lords' Amendments read.

MR. J. STUART () Shoreditch, Hoxton

said, he had been anxious as far as possible to meet the wishes of hon. Members generally by deferring the consideration of the Lords' Amendments to this Bill until a period when the Home Rule Bill had been disposed of; but he had found it impossible to do so, and had boon compelled to put it down for Tuesday next. He understood there was no disposition on the part of hon. Members opposite to prolong the discussion on the matter.

SIR F. DIXON-HARTLAND () Middlesex, Uxbridge

said, he was quite prepared to have the Bill put down for Tuesday, it being clearly understood that there was no intention to make long speeches.

SIR R. TEMPLE () Surrey, Kingston

said, that as far as he was concerned Tuesday suited him.

MR. WHITMORE () Chelsea

agreed with other hon. Members in approving the choice of that day.

Lords' Amendments to be considered upon Tuesday next.

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