HL Deb 14 May 1858 vol 150 c579

LORD CRANWORTH moved the second reading of these Bills, which were designed to effect alterations and improvements in the Acts passed last Session.


said, the Bills involved no general principle, but were entirely confined to matters of detail. He had seen the Judge of the Probate Court, and had with him gone over the clauses of the Bill. It was of much importance that these measures should be introduced, and he therefore concurred in the second reading.

Bills read 2a, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Thursday next.