§ COLONEL W. STUART
said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, If the Provisional Order, in the case of the Dunstable Road, referred to in page thirteen of the Seventeenth General Report on Turnpike Trusts, fixes a day for the expiry of the Local Act of 1821; and, if not, if he will include such Local Act in the Fourth Schedule of the Continuance Act, so that the parishes and parties at the cost of maintaining the road may have the opportunity of stating their grievance to the Select Committee on the Continuance Act?
§ MR. GATHORNE HARDY
said, he must complain of the inconvenience of putting Questions with respect to Committees on Bills which stood for Committee a week hence. With respect to the Dunstable Road case, that, inasmuch as the debts were between £3,000 and £4,000, the local Act could not be included in the Fourth Schedule of the Continuance Act.