§ EARL BEAUCHAMP
presented a Bill to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Inclosure Commissioners for the inclosure of lands situate in Barrowden, South Luffenham, and North Luffenham in the county of Rutland, and at Riccall in the county of York; and moved that so much of the Order of the 23rd of April, 1877, as 591 related to the first reading of Inclosure Bills be suspended in reference to the said Bill, and that the said Bill be read a first time. Injustice would be done and great improvements would be delayed unless this Standing Order were suspended in reference to this Bill, and he hoped their Lordships would agree to the Motion.
§ THE EARL OF REDESDALE
said, he would not object to the Motion in this case; but he must remark that there was no use in making Orders unless they were attended to. There could be no reason why parties should not have their Bills ready at a much earlier period of the Session.
§ Motion agreed to; Bill read 1ª accordingly; to be printed; and referred to the Examiners.
§ House adjourned at a quarter before Six o'clock, till To-morrow, half-past Ten o'clock.