HL Deb 02 March 1869 vol 194 c481

, in moving that, the Bill be now read the second time, explained that an Act had already been passed assimilating the procedure of the Irish Chancery Courts to the English Courts, and that the present measure took the same course with regard to the Common Law Courts. It was framed in accordance with the recommendation of a Select Committee of which distinguished legal authorities were members.


viewed with great satisfaction the introduction of the Bill into this House; but, in consideration of its having been only just printed, he deferred the observations he might feel it necessary to make upon it until the Motion for going into Committee.

Bill read 2a (according to Order), and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Tuesday next.

House adjourned at a quarter past Six o'clock, to Thursday next, half past Ten o'clock