§ Moved, "That the House do now adjourn till To-morrow at Eleven o'clock." —(The Marquess of Ripon.)
THE EARL OF CAMPERDOWN
May I ask the noble Marquess what business it is proposed to take to-morrow morning. There are one or two Bills, notably the Labourers (Ireland) Bill, in which certain Amendments have been introduced and sent to the other House Is it proposed to take any of those Bills?
§ THE MARQUESS OF LANSDOWNE
I raised this Question just now in conversation with the noble Earl the Lord President of the Council, and I received from him a distinct assurance that if the Labourers (Ireland) Bill came back to your Lordships to-morrow without the Amendment which your Lordships inserted the other evening, it would not be proceeded with, but would stand over till October.
§ THE MARQUESS OF RIPON
I believe the House of Commons will agree to the Amendment, but I quite confirm the understanding that has been come to. The only business to-morrow that I am aware of will be the Appropriation Bill.
§ On question, Motion agreed to.
§ House adjourned at ten minutes past Eight o'clock, till To-morrow, Eleven o'clock.