HL Deb 10 April 1883 vol 277 cc1964-5

asked Her Majesty's Ministers, Whether, after they shall have concluded their deliberation on the subject of the re-arrangement of Business connected with Scotland, it is their intention to make a communication to this House, as has been promised, in respect of the other House of Parliament; and whether a Notice of such intention would, be placed on the Notice Paper?


, in reply, said, that whenever the Government had decided upon the course to be taken in this matter, they would, of course, desire that their Lordships' House should have the information they had to give with regard to it as well as the other House. He did not think, however, it was a matter on which it was usual to place a Notice on the Paper; but he had no doubt an opportunity would soon be afforded noble Lords for making any observations on the occasion of its being brought forward, and they would then be glad to hear anything that any noble Lord desired to say. A statement on the subject would probably be made on Tuesday next.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (IRELAND) PROVISIONAL ORDERS (NO. 2) BILL [H.L.] (NO. 27.) A Bill to confirm Provisional Orders of the Local Government Board for Ireland relating to the towns of Carlo w and Listowel, and to the Newtownards Gas Undertaking: And

TRAMWAYS (IRELAND) PROVISIONAL ORDER (EXTENSION OF TIME) BILL [H.L.] (NO. 28.) A Bill to confirm a Provisional Order made by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in Council under the Tramways (Ireland) Act, 1860, extending the time for the completion of the Dublin and Blessington Steam Tramways:

Were presented by The LORD PRESIDENT; read 1a; and referred to the Examiners.

House adjourned at Seven o'clock, to Thursday next, a quarter past Ten o'clock.