§ EARL CARRINGTON
I beg to ask my noble friend the Chancellor of the Duchy, as a member of the Coronation Committee, whether he has made any representation to the Lord Great Chamberlain so as to ensure arrangements being made for the benefit of Peers and Peeresses who are going to attend the Coronation of their Majesties on June 26th.
§ LORD JAMES OF HEREFORD
I have not made any representations to the Lord Great Chamberlain—it would not be my duty to do so—but Lord Cholmondeley has taken great interest in this matter, and he has been good enough to say that he will do all he can to make arrangements for the accommodation for Peers and Peeresses before the ceremony, and certainly for receiving them immediately afterwards in this House. The circumstances have involved a considerable amount of trouble and detail, and he asks for the assistance of a few Members of this House to take charge, to some extent, of these arrangements, and trusts they will proceed at once to make such arrangements as are possible to meet the convenience of Peers 351 and Peeresses who are to attend. Notice will be given by circular to every Peer as soon as those arrangements are made.
THE EARL OF ONSLOW
If it is in order for one member of the Government to ask another member of the Government a Question, I would like to ask whether Peers' daughters will be included.
§ House adjourned at ten minutes before Five o'clock, till Tomorrow, half past Ten o'clock.