HC Deb 19 July 1843 vol 70 c1264
Mr. Mackinnon

hoped that there would be no objection to his proceeding with the second reading of the Health of Towns Bill, as it had been several months before Parliament, and he introduced it in consequence of the recommendations of the committee of which he was chairman.

Mr. M. Gibson

objected to such a measure of importance emanating from an individual Member. The Government alone could properly introduce such a measure.

Sir J. Graham

hoped that his hon. Friend would withdraw his bill; the subject was an important one, and he had to state that a report had been drawn up on the subject by an officer of the Government, which would be laid on the Table of the House. He hoped that the Government would be able to bring in a bill on the subject next Session.

Mr. Mackinnon

said, as the Government had taken up the subject be would with, draw his bill.—Bill withdrawn.

Forward to