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Volume 221: debated on Thursday 30 July 1874

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asked the right honourable Member for Horsham, Whether he intends to move, in Committee on the India Councils Bill, the Amendments which he suggested in his speech on the Bill yesterday afternoon?

, in reply, said, all that he had done on the day before was to make certain suggestions for the consideration of the Government as to making some modifications in the Bill which he deemed to be desirable. He had reason to know that these suggestions would be favourably considered; but he was not in any event prepared to place Amendments embodying them on the Paper.