HL Deb 16 June 1890 vol 345 cc949-50

The Marquess of SALISBURY acquainted the House, by the Queen's command— That Her Majesty had been graciously pleased to issue Letters Patent, dated the 24th day of May, creating His Royal Highness Prince Albert Christian Edward Duke of Clarence and Avondale, whereby his said Royal Highness obtained a right to sit and vote among their Lordships in Parliament; and Her Majesty recommended it to the House to consider of the place his said Royal Highness should occupy in the House.

Ordered, That the matter with which the Marquess of Salisbury has acquainted the House, by Her Majesty's command, be referred to the consideration of the Lords Committees for Privileges; and that their Lordships do meet to take the same into consideration To-morrow at half-past Three o'clock, and do report their opinion thereupon to the House.