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Landlord And Tenant (Ireland) Bill—Question

Volume 229: debated on Friday 26 May 1876

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Whether he will fix an early date for the resumption of the debate on the second reading of the hon. and learned Member for Limerick's Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Bill?

in reply, said, that the hon. Member had sent word privately to the Prime Minister of his intention to put the Question that evening, and his right hon. Friend, unfortunately, not being able to be present, had asked him to give the answer that he would be prepared to find a Government night for the resumption of the discussion on the Bill as soon as the state of Public Business would permit; but that, at the present moment, it was impossible to fix any special day for that purpose.

gave Notice that immediately after that day, whatever it might be, he should proceed with the Resolution which stood upon the Paper in his name.