HC Deb 04 July 1805 vol 5 c737

Counsel and evidence were heard on Moore's and Gardner's Divorce bills, by which the marriages and adultery were proved, as also the Judgments obtained in the Court of King's Bench; but no order was made upon them.—A message from the lords announced that they had agreed to the three Exchequer Bills bill, the Isle of Man bill, and several private bills.—The Irish Revenue Regulation bill was reported, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow.—Mr. Huskisson moved, that a message be sent to the lords, to acquaint them that their request to communicate the reasons and evidence on which a sum of money was voted in compensation to the duke of Atholl, was contrary to the practice of. parliament, and that the house deems that a sufficient answer to their message; which was agreed to, and Mr. Alexander ordered to carry up this answer.—The Pilots' Regulation bill was committed, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow; as was also the Southern Whale Fishery bill.—The Paddington Coal, the Scotch Assessed Taxes, and the Consolidated Fund bills, were read a third time and passed.—The Irish Duty Collection bill, the Irish Distillery, and the Irish Military Survey bills, were reported, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow.