HL Deb 04 May 1885 vol 297 c1479

, who had a Notice to move an humble Address to the Crown for the Protocols or Treaties by which the authority of the Sublime Porte to admit foreign ships of war into the Dardanelles was regulated, said, that in consequence of the statement of the noble Earl (Earl Granville) he would not proceed that evening with the Motion, which was suggested by the prospects of a war with Russia.

House adjourned at Five o'clock, till To-morrow, a quarter past Ten o'clock.