HC Deb 21 March 1838 vol 41 cc1122-3
Lord Worsley

moved the second reading of the Enclosure of Common Fields Bill.

Sir E. Sugden

felt bound to oppose the second reading of the Bill. In the recital of the Bill was contained a complete misstatement of the provisions and operation of the 6th and 7th of the late King which had passed both Houses of Parliament with great attention on the part of both Houses in its progress through its several stages. Well, then, this mis-statement of the effect of this Act was made the ground of the legislation which was proposed by the present Bill. He moved that the Bill should be read a second time that day six months.

Sir G. Strickland

thought, the Bill entirely uncalled for, and very likely to be injurious.

Lord Worsley

would not give the House the trouble of dividing.

Bill withdrawn.