HC Deb 13 April 1891 vol 352 cc459-60

Order for Second Reading read.


I object.

(12.16.) SIR ALBERT ROLLIT (Islington, S.)

I hope the objection will not be insisted upon. The Bill is introduced by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for. Wolverhampton and myself at the request of the Incorporated Law Society. Its object is to remove the necessity in certain cases for declarations to be made in London.

MR. CHANCE (Kilkenny, S.)

I would join in the appeal to my hon. Friend not to persist in his objection.


I must persist.

Second Reading deferred till Thursday.