§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY,
in moving "That the House do now adjourn," said: I beg to give notice that it will be necessary, I fear, to-morrow to move the suspension of the Twelve o'clock rule. [Opposition cries of "Oh!"] I am sorry to have to do it, but it must be done if Members opposite are anxious to continue to develop their views at such length. [Ministerial "Hear, hear!"]
MR. CARVELL WILLIAMS
Does the right hon. Gentleman give us notice to-night with the intention of forcing the Bill through to-morrow?
§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY
No. I do not know whether we shall get the Bill to-morrow; but I do not mean to ask the House to sit indefinitely to-morrow.
§ House adjourned at Ten minutes after Twelve o'Clock.