HC Deb 13 June 1834 vol 24 cc433-4

The House resolved itself into a Committee on the London Port Dues Acts.

Mr. Poulett Thomson

said, that his object was, to introduce a Bill, founded upon the Resolution of the Committee for the reduction of these dues, whereby the city of London would be benefited to the extent of 40,000l. a-year. He would not detain the House with the details, but would enter fully into them when the Bill was before it.

The Resolution agreed to, and the House resumed.