HL Deb 28 February 1804 vol 1 c567

Counsel was heard in continuation relative to the Irish appeal, Garde v. Burton, viz. M Romilly, second counsel for the appellant, and the Solicitor General, as leading counsel on the part of the respondent. After which their Lordships postponed the further consideration of the case till to-morrow.—The, Earl of Londonderry, was sworn and took his seat.—Th London Port Bill was brought up from the Commons and read a first time.—The Duke of York's Estate Bill, and a few private Bills were presented, and these were severally read a first time.—

The bills upon the table were forwarded in their respective stages.—Adjourned till tomorrow.