HL Deb 06 March 1804 vol 1 c714


Counsel were heard at some length relative to the appeal cause from the Court or Exchequer in Ireland: William Stewart and others v. Edward Young; Wiz. Messrs. Alexander and Fonblanque for the appellants, and Messrs. Romilly and Stephens on the part of the respondent. The farther hearing of the case was adjourned till to morrow.—The Marine Mutiny bill, and the Scotch Bankrupt Law bill, were brought up from the Commons by Mr. Vansittant and others, and severally read a first time.—The bills upon the table were forwarded is their respective stages: among these were the Duke of York's Estate bill, the report of which was agreed to. The Mutiny bill was read a second time, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow.—The London Port bill was read a third and passed.