§ LORD D. STUART
said, that some doubt existed with regard to the answer 1259 given the other night by the Home Secretary to the question of the noble Lord the Member for Bath in reference to burial in towns; and he (Lord D. Stuart) therefore begged leave to request an explicit answer to the question, whether it was the intention of the Government to introduce any measure during the present Session, with the view of prohibiting interment in towns?
§ SIR G. GREY
said, what he stated in answer to the noble Lord the Member for Bath was, that a Bill was in course of preparation on the subject of burials in the metropolitan districts. The question of extending the provisions of the measure to other large towns was still under consideration. He could not say when the Bill would be introduced.
§ Subject at an end.