HC Deb 03 July 1839 vol 48 cc1181-3
Mr. J. Stewart

moved the third reading of this bill.

Mr. G. W. Hope

objected to their proceeding with this bill in the absence of the right hon. and learned Member for Ripon, who had objected to it in its former stages.

The Attorney-General

trusted, that his hon. and learned Friend would persist in his motion, as ample notice had been given of his intention to propose it that night; and it was an important and beneficial measure, which, when carried into effect, would be productive of much good.

Bill read a third time, and passed.