§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
In view of the appeal by the Leader of the House yesterday—an appeal made on grounds which we fully appreciate—to bring the Debate on the Address to a conclusion to-night, it will be convenient if the right hon. Gentleman will tell the House that the Government do not propose to take any Business before Easter except the financial business, on behalf of which Members are asked to sacrifice their rights.
§ SIR W. HARCOURT
I understand the right hon. Gentleman refers to whether the Government propose to forward any of their own Bills. No; we do not. Of course other Business might arise not connected with these Bills.