HL Deb 22 February 1867 vol 185 c808

My Lords, it is proposed, and I believe that there is no objection to the proposal, that this House shall meet to-morrow, at one o'clock, in order to read the first time a Bill—the Habeas Corpus Suspension Act—which has just come from the House of Commons. The Act at present in operation expires on Tuesday next, and it is necessary that the Bill now before Parliament should be passed before that day. I shall also move to-morrow the suspension of the Standing Orders, in order that the Bill may be passed through all its stages on Monday.

House adjourned at half past Seven o'clock, till To-morrow, One o'clock.