§ Order for Second Reading read.
§ MR. BRYCE
said, he had placed upon the Paper a Notice of opposition to the second reading of this Bill, and the ground upon which he had done so was that it proposed to take a quantity of common land on the borders of Ennerdale Water, in Cumberland. The pro- 1831 moters of the Bill had now satisfied him that although the land proposed to be taken was so described by them, it was not in reality common land, and was not now subject to any commonable rights; and, therefore, he offered no opposition to the second reading.
§ Bill read a second time, and committed.