HC Deb 18 July 1872 vol 212 c1373

asked the Chief Commissioner of Works, When he will lay on the Table the Rules for the Regulation of the Parks, and whether, considering that they have to lie on the Table for thirty days, he will allow that time for their consideration after the beginning of next Session?


, in reply, said, that the rules had been already laid upon the Table and ordered to be printed. Although it was not consistent with the views expressed when the Act was passed that the House should discuss the rules before they came into force, yet in order that his hon. Friend might have the utmost latitude he had laid them on the Table before they were put in force so that he would have more than his legitimate opportunity of perusing them.