9 FEBRUARY 1867, Page 1

It appears to be understood on all aides that Mr.

Disraeli will on Monday propose to deal with the Reform question by resolu- tions, and that the Liberal chiefs have resolved not to object to that mode of procedure. They will make an honest effort, if the Tories are only reasonable, to get the question settled, feeling, as their opponents also feel, that further delays may end in a demand which it would be dangerous alike to withhold or to concede.