HC Deb 29 July 1845 vol 82 c1194

The Customs Regulation Bill was read a Third time.

Mr. Wawn

trusted that vessels returning to a British port in ballast, after landing a cargo at another British port, would be exempted from the pilotage dues exacted from foreign vessels. The hon. Member moved to leave certain words to give effect to this distinction.

Captain Pechell

seconded the Amendment.

Mr. Corry

thought the Amendment was brought forward at too late a period of the Session; and he should distinctly oppose any alteration in the clause.

The House divided on the Question, that the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Bill:—Ayes 11; Noes 26: Majority 15.

List of the AYES.
Bouverie, hon. E. P. Stewart, P. M.
Bowring, Dr. Tufnell, H.
Brotherton, J. Warburton, H.
Dennistoun, J. Yorke, H. R.
Hawes, B. TELLERS.
Henley, J. W. Wawn, J. T.
Palmer, G. Pechell, Capt.
List of the NOES.
Arkwright, G. Northland, Visct.
Baring, rt. hn. W. B. Peel, J.
Bruce, Lord E. Polhill, F.
Buller, Sir J. Y. Sandon, Visct.
Cripps, W. Smith, rt. hn. T. B. C.
Denison, E. B. Somerset, Lord G.
Divett, E. Spooner, R.
Forester, hn. G. C. W. Sutton, hon. H. M.
Fremantle, rt. hn. Sir T. Trench, Sir F. W.
Fuller, A. E. Trotter, J.
Goulburn, rt. hon. H. Wellesley, Lord C.
Greene, T.
Hamilton, G. A. TELLERS.
Meynell, Capt. Cardwell, F.
Nicholl, rt. hon. J. Young, J.

Bill passed.