HL Deb 02 April 1897 vol 48 c383

, in moving the adjournment of the House, said it might be convenient if he made known the arrangement it was proposed to make as to the business. As he had already said, he intended to move the Third Reading of the Voluntary Schools Bill on Monday. It was also proposed to Read a Second time the Military Works Bill, which would come from the Commons, on Monday; and if there was no objection, as he understood there would not be, it would be passed through its remaining stages on Tuesday. There would be a Royal Commission on Thursday for receiving the Royal assent to several Bills, after which it would be proposed that the House should adjourn until Monday, May 3. ["Hear, hear!]"

House Adjourned at Twenty Minutes past Six o'clock, to Monday next, a Quarter before Eleven o'Clock.