Deb 16 March 1922 vol 49 c627

The LORD SPEAKER (Lord Buckmaster) acquainted the House that the Clerk of the Parliaments had received by post from the Lord Justice of the King's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice in Southern Ireland a Report of the Proceedings upon the inquiry before him in the case Morton v. Clements: The same was ordered to lie on the Table.

Petition of Robert Morton, Junior, praying that the attendance of Harriet Shepard and Elizabeth Rawlings of Lymington, Southampton, on the Second Reading of the Bill be dispensed with, and that the evidence taken on oath before William Lowry, Barrister-at-Law, at Lymington, on 3rd February, 1922, be received in evidence on the Second Reading of the Bill: Presented, and read; and to be taken into consideration on Thursday next.