HC Deb 25 February 1895 vol 30 c1552
MR. A. C. MORTON (Peterborough),

proposed, "That the Bill be now read a second time." The hon. Gentleman said that it was introduced at the request of the Commissioners of Sewers, and that it was in no way a Party measure. Its object was to place the City on the same footing as all other towns in the United Kingdom. If the Second Reading were agreed to, he should be glad to consider Amendments in Committee.

Motion agreed to.