HL Deb 30 August 1841 vol 59 c474
The Marquess of Normanby,

in moving the third reading of the Buildings Regulations Bill, and the Borough Improvements Bill, said, he had no objection to accede to the amendments proposed by the hon. and learned Lord (Lyndhurst) in those measures. With regard to the third bill (the Drainage of Towns' Bill) which he had presented to their Lordships, subsequent inquiries had induced him to consider that it would be more desirable that the Bill should originate in another place. He would therefore withdraw it.

The Boundaries Regulation Bill and the Borough Improvements Bill were respectively read a third time and passed.