HC Deb 10 May 1853 vol 127 c132

MR. VINCENT SCULLY moved for leave to bring in a Bill to facilitate the transfer of land in Ireland, and stated that as he understood it was not intended by the Government to oppose the introduction of the measure, he trusted the House would permit him to reserve any statement he might have to make until he should move the second reading, which he should fix for the first open day, namely, Wednesday, the 29th of June. Before that period hon. Members would have ample time to consider the provisions of the Bill, which were of a very simple character.

Leave given.

Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. Vincent Scully and Mr. Roche.