HC Deb 09 July 1896 vol 42 cc1099-100
MR. VESEY KNOX (Londonderry)

said that, on behalf of his hon. Friend the Member for North Louth (Mr. T. M. HEALY), he begged to say that some difficulty had been felt as to the terms of the Instruction standing in his name, and his hon. Friend was anxious to move the Instruction in a form which might meet with the consent of all parties. He would, therefore, put another Notice of Motion on the Paper for Monday next.


The same remark will apply to the Instructions standing in the names of the hon. Member for North Monaghan and the hon. Member for West Wicklow.


Yes, Sir.

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