HC Deb 15 June 1877 vol 234 cc1917-8

, in moving for leave to bring in a Bill to amend "The Bankruptcy Act, 1869," said, that as it was still uncertain whether the Government Bankruptcy Bill would pass that Session, the Chambers of Commerce, thinking that the Act of 1869 was in its main features a good one, wished to place their opinion on record with regard to bankruptcy legislation by means of the Bill which he now asked leave to introduce.

Motion agreed to.

Bill to amend "The Bankruptcy Act, 1869," ordered to be brought in by Mr. SAMPSON LLOYD, Mr. NORWOOD, Mr. RIPLEY, and Mr. WHITWELL.

Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 199.]

House adjourned at a quarter before Two o'clock till Monday next.