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Business Of The House

Volume 66: debated on Wednesday 26 August 1914

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Whereupon Mr. SPEAKER, pursuant to the Order of the House of 17th July, proposed the Question, "That this House do now adjourn."

May I ask the right hon. Gentleman to give the House an indication of what business will be taken to-morrow?

We shall take the various stages of the emergency Bills on the Paper, with probable additions—I do not know what they are.

Can the Chancellor of the Exchequer state how much longer it is intended to prolong the Session, and whether, when these days are over, the Session is to be brought to a close?

The right hon. Gentleman mentioned other Bills. I presume he means emergency Bills?

Question put, and agreed to.

Adjourned accordingly at Eighteen minutes before Seven o'clock, till To-morrow (Thursday) at a quarter before Three o'clock.