HL Deb 31 July 1832 vol 14 c963

The Duke of Richmond moved the Committal of the Irish Boundaries' Bill.

The Earl of Limerick

proposed to refer the Bill to a Committee up-stairs, with a view to have the Boundaries as to Mallow and other places more accurately settled.

The Duke of Richmond

saw no reason for referring it to a Committee up-stairs at this period of the Session. The matter had been examined in a Committee in the other House, and the boundaries settled in the most accurate manner that could be.

Bill committed.

House resumed.

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