HC Deb 13 August 1836 vol 35 c1215
The Attorney-General

said, that in consequence of the rejection of the above Bill, it had become necessary for him to introduce certain measures intended to be only of a temporary nature, for the purpose of carrying into effect certain provisions of the Bill to which no objection had been made in either House, and which, if neglected, would be productive of great inconvenience. The first Bill for which he should move, would be a Bill for the better administration of justice in certain boroughs. Without this, some of the towns would not be able to hold Quarter Sessions. He should next move a Bill to make temporary provision for the boundaries of certain boroughs. The third Bill for which he should move was for the better administration of the borough fund in certain boroughs. It was to allow certain corporations—for instance, Liverpool—to lease certain property. By this Bill, Liverpool would save 10,000l., which otherwise it must lose.

Leave given to bring in the Bills, which were brought in, and read a first time.