HC Deb 22 July 1881 vol 263 c1609

Order for Third Reading read.


said, he should like to know something of the nature and tenour of the Bill. It was a Bill of 64 pages, and had already passed through the House of Lords. He thought some explanation of these Private Bills ought to be given before the House was asked to pass them. ["Oh!"] Hon. Members might cry "Oh!" but he wanted to know—and he thought the House should know before they passed these Bills to settle large estates—what was their real nature. He, therefore, hoped some hon. Gentleman would rise to explain the Bill now before the House.

Bill read the third time; Verbal Amendments made; Bill passed, with Amendments.

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