§ THE MARQUESS OF LANSDOWNE
I venture to ask the noble Marquess opposite a question with regard to the order of business for Monday next. Upon the Paper on your Lordships' Table it appears that the Established Church (Wales) Bill is to be taken on Monday. We were most of us under the impression that on Monday a Motion that stands in the name of my noble friend Lord Midleton was to be taken first, and I am given to understand that the statement that the Welsh Church Bill is to be taken on that day is due to an inadvertence. If so, an announcement from the noble Marquess would probably relieve people's minds.
THE LORD PRIVY SEAL AND SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INDIA (THE MARQUESS OF CREWE)
In reply to the noble Marquess, I can say that it is quite true that the notice which appears on the Paper which was circulated to your Lordships this morning is incorrect, owing, no doubt, to a clerical error. The arrangement by which the Established Church (Wales) Bill is to be taken on Tuesday still holds good.