HC Deb 05 March 1872 vol 209 c1485

SIR ROWLAND BLENNERHASSETT moved for leave to bring in a Bill for the purchase of Irish Railways.


said, he was reluctant to offer any objection to the introduction of any Bill; but he hoped that his hon. Friend had well considered whether he was acting within the Orders of the House.

Motion agree A to.

Bill for the purchase of Irish Railways, ordered to be brought in by Sir ROWLAND BLENNER-HASSETT and The Marquess of HAMILTON.

Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 77.]


rose to a point of Order, and inquired whether the Bill, being a Money Bill, ought not to have originated in Committee?


said, that if it was found that the Bill had not been introduced in accordance with the forms of the House, the Order for its further progress would be discharged.