§ Order of the Day for the Second Reading, read.
§ LORD HERSCHELL
, in moving that the Bill be now read a second time, said, the object of the Bill was to give the Court of Appeal in Ireland power to execute their own processes. The ordinary course was to remit a case to the Court below for the execution of process; but in the case of an appeal from a Revising Barrister that was found to be somewhat difficult. He understood the Bill was approved of by the Irish Law Officers.
§ Moved, "That the Bill be now read 2a."—(The Lord Herschell.)
§ Motion agreed to; Bill read 2a accordingly, and committedto a Committee of the Whole House on Thursdaynext.