HL Deb 10 July 1863 vol 172 cc536-7

EARL GRANVILLE moved, That so much of the Resolution of the 24th April last with respect to Private Bills as directs, "That no Bill confirming any Provisional Order of the Board of Health, or authorizing any Inclosure of Lands under Special Report of the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales, or for confirming any Scheme of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, shall be read a Second Time after Thursday the 2nd day of July next," be suspended in respect to—

The Sir Robert Hitcham's Charity Bill: And, The Ruthin Charities Bill.


regretted to have once more to complain of the conduct of the Charities Commissioners in bringing in their Bills at so late a period of the Session, and he hoped that their Lordships would insist upon having their Orders obeyed, especially as regarded the first of the Bills, for which there was less excuse than for the other two.


said, that by stopping the Bills their Lordships would punish not the Commissioners, but the people interested in the charities.

Motion agreed to; and the said Bills were then read 2a.