HL Deb 26 March 1804 vol 1 c1017

Counsel was heard relative to the cross appeal, F. Abercromby v. Fleming, viz. Mr. Alexander, at some length, on the part of the appellant. The further consideration of the case was adjourned till Wednesday.—Three private bills were received from the Commons, and severally read a first time.—Mr. Bishop presented certain accounts from the London flour and meal company, directed annually to be laid before Parliament.—Mr. Irving, from the Inspector General of the Imports and Exports Office, presented sundry accounts from that department.—Mr. Stately, from the General Post Office, presented an account of the arrears due from certain officers of that department, on fee 5th of Jan. 1804; and also an account of the balances in hand from the month of Oct. 1803, to Jan. last.—These documents were severally ordered to lie on the table.