§ SIR W. HARCOURT (Monmouthshire, W.)
asked the right hon. Gentleman the Leader of the House, with reference to the supplementary Vote of £7I0,865 for public education, whether ho would give notice before the Vote was brought on, so that there might be proper opportunity for a discussion of the administration of the Department, especially with reference to the formation of the voluntary associations?
THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY (Mr. a J. BALFOURT,) Manchester, E.
said he would be glad to meet the wishes of the right hon. Gentleman in 29 that respect, but perhaps he would consult with him as to the distribution of the days still remaining for Supply. He was ready to have any allocation of those days that the House generally thought most convenient.