§ THE EARL OF SHREWSBURY
asked Her Majesty's Government, If, in completing the Approaches of the Two Houses of Parliament, it proposed to make any Provision for the Shelter of the Horses and Carriages of the Members of each House?
§ EARL GRANVILLE
replied, that no doubt considerable inconvenience was caused by the present state of things; but the fact was that at the present time there was no space available for the accommodation of horses and carriages. When the law courts were removed there would be a space available for the purpose on the west side of Westminster Hall. It would, however, be five years or more before the law courts were removed.
§ House adjourned at half past Five o'clock, to Thursday next, half past Ten o'clock.