HC Deb 08 August 1846 vol 88 c463

said, with respect to the two Bills for sites for dwellings, which stood for a second reading that day, as he understood the noble Lord formerly at the head of the Woods and Forests had some objection to make to them, and considering the very advanced period of the Session, and considering also that general questions of a sanitary nature must come under the notice of Parliament next Session, he thought it better not to press these Bills upon this occasion; and he would therefore move, that they be read a second time that day month.

Motion agreed to.

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