HL Deb 31 May 1858 vol 150 cc1193-4

I beg leave to give notice that I propose to call your Lordships' attention to-morrow to a speech which was recently delivered elsewhere by the right hon. Gentleman the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and especially to certain statements made by that right hon. Gentleman affecting the department over which I had the honour to preside, and impugning a statement of mine which was quoted by a noble Friend of mine in "another place." I intended to have brought the subject under your Lordships' notice this evening, but in the present state of the House I think it better to defer doing so until to-morrow.


I am much obliged to my noble Friend for having given us due notice of his intention, for I shall have an opportunity of reading before tomorrow evening my right hon. Friend's speech.

House adjourned at a Quarter to Ten o'clock, till To-morrow, Half-past Ten o'clock.