HL Deb 15 August 1889 vol 339 c1290

in moving "That Standing Order No. XXXIII. be suspended until an adjournment for more than two days, or until a prorogation," said, that he did not anticipate much opposition to the Motion, because in consequence of the House not being full enough to sustain a Division it had been necessary to throw over business for a day, in the case of one Bill which had to be re committed, which was inconvenient.


did not think there had been any cause shown for this Motion, as no difficulty of the kind referred to had arisen.

On Question, resolved in the negative.