HL Deb 02 April 1886 vol 304 c583

THE EARL OF REDESDALE (CHAIRMAN of COMMITTEES) laid on the Table a Memorandum respecting Standing Order, No. 128. (No interest out of capital to be paid on calls), and moved that the same be printed. He thought it desirable that this Memorandum should be printed and circulated before several Bills came up to this House from the other House of Parliament, in order that their Lordships might be fully aware of the real difficulties of the case, and know what reasons there were for the payment of interest out of capital.

Motion agreed to.

Memorandum laid on the Table, and to be printed. (No. 56.)