HC Deb 25 April 1843 vol 68 c971
Sir J. Graham

begged leave to introduce the bill of which he had given notice respecting the County Courts. The bill was the same in principle as that which had been introduced last Station, but in the present he only intended to appoint one, instead of two tribunals in each county to decide upon sun not amounting to more than 10l. The machinery would be nearly the same with the measure of last year. All further details he would postpone until a future occasion.

Leave granted, bill brought in and read a first time.

House adjourned at half-past twelve o'clock.