HL Deb 01 August 1862 vol 168 c1063

, in moving that this Bill be read a first time, said, he hoped that under the circumstances their Lordships would not object to sit to-morrow, at half-past one, for the purpose of reading the Bill a second time pro formâ, reserving discussion for the Motion to go into Committee on Monday. He begged to give notice of his intention to move the suspension of the Standing Orders, so as to allow the Bill to be read a third time on Monday, although Her Majesty's Government would not press it, if there was the smallest objection to that course.

Bill read 1a. [No. 248.]