HL Deb 05 June 1902 vol 108 c1523

My Lords, I beg to present a Bill which is to enable the Trustees of the British Museum to remove certain papers now in their possession at Bloomsbury to a convenient site at Hendon, where these papers and other documents will be carefully preserved. The removal of the papers will be a great convenience to the Trustees of the British Museum, who are now incommoded at Blooms-bury for want of space.

Bill read 1a; to be printed; and to be read 2a on Monday next.

House adjourned at a quarter before Six o'clock, till Tomorrow, a quarter past Four o'clock.