HL Deb 09 August 1907 vol 180 c564

My Lords before I move the adjournment of the House I beg to propose that the Evicted Tenants (Ireland) Bill shall take precedence of other business on Monday. My noble friend the Marquess of Lansdowne, who has now left the House, agrees to this course. I regret to say that the most rev. Primate, who had a Motion upon the Paper, and who has been good enough to withdraw it, is not very well, although his illness is nothing very serious. My noble friend Lord Ribblesdale also had a Motion which he is willing should stand over, and I therefore beg to move that the Evicted Tenants Bill take precedence on Monday of other Motions.

House adjourned at twenty minutes before Twelve o'clock to Monday next, a quarter past Four o'clock.