§ SIR WILLIAM HARCOURT (Derby)
entered the House at a Quarter to Four o'clock and was greeted with loud Ministerial cheers. He immediately rose and said,—Mr. Speaker, I was in hopes that I should have been able to give the House some more definite information than is at present in my possession. Under these circumstances I think the best course I can now take is to move the Adjournment of the House.
§ SIR RICHARD TEMPLE (Surrey, Kingston)
May I ask whether an important Parliamentary Committee will have leave to sit to-morrow? Will the right hon. Gentleman arrange for a Motion to be made to enable the Committee to sit to-morrow?
§ SIR WILLIAM HARCOURT
There will be no alteration in the ordinary practice. We are merely moving the adjournment of the House at this hour instead of at midnight. [Laughter.]
§ House adjourned at a Quarter before Four o'clock until Twelve o'clock To-morrow.