LORD NAPIER AND ETTRICK
, in moving an Address for—Copy of memorial on the Improvement of the Dwellings of the Poor in London from the Royal College of Physicians to the First Lord of the Treasury:Copies of memorials on the Improvement of the Dwellings of the Poor in London to the Secretary of State for the Home Department from the Council of the Charity Organization Society, and from a Committee of members of both Houses of Parliament, and of representatives of societies, trustees, and others interested in improving such dwellings.said, that if his Motion should be agreed to, he would call the attention of the House to the subject of the memorials when the Papers were in the hands of their Lordships. He might mention that there were only two Memorials altogether.
§ Motion agreed to.
§ House adjourned at half-past five o'clock, 'till To-morrow, Half past Ten o'clock.