HC Deb 27 April 1876 vol 228 c1815

Order read, for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question [4th April],

"That the mounds at present being erected on the south of the Serpentine are unsightly, and will, when planted, be detrimental to the picturesque character of Hyde Park, and ought to be removed."—(Mr. Pease.)

Question again proposed.

Debate resumed.


said, he was glad to find, as the result of the previous debate, that a great part of the mounds had already been removed; and as his object had been attained, with the permission of the House he would withdraw the Motion.

Motion, by leave, withdrawn.