HC Deb 10 July 1900 vol 85 c1105

London United Tramways Bill.—That they do request that this House will be pleased to give leave to Thomas Skewes-Cox, esquire, a Member of this House, to attend in order to his being examined as a witness before the Select Committee appointed by their Lordships on the London United Tramways Bill.

Lords Message requesting the attendance of Mr. Thomas Skewes-Cox considered.

And Mr. Thomas Skewes-Cox, in his place, having consented:—Leave given.

That they have agreed to—Great Eastern Railway Bill; Hamilton, Mother-well, and Wishaw Tramways Bill; St. Albans Water Bill; London and Saint Katherine Docks and East and West India Dock Companies Bill, with Amendments.

That they have passed a Bill intituled, "An Act for rendering valid certain letters patent granted to John Pearce Roe for an invention for improvements in apparatus for shipping or transferring coal and other materials." Roe's Patent Bill [Lords].