§ On the Motion for the Adjournment of the House,
§ SIR A. ACLAND-HOOD (Somersetshire, Wellington)
said that, owing to the rapidity with which Supply had been granted that day, the Government would be able to proceed with Bills. The first Order for Wednesday would be the Second Reading of the Police (Superannuation) 484 Bill; the next the Second Reading of the Penal Servitude Bill; and then the Report of the Resolution agreed to in Ways and Means, on which the Appropriation Bill would be founded, and the Report of the Resolution on which to found the Telegraph (Money) Bill. The Licensing Bill would be taken after Easter.
§ Adjourned at a quarter after Twelve o'clock.