§ Petition of Charles Theodore Halswell Kemeys-Tynte, of Halswell Park, in the County of Somerset, and of Cefn Mably, in the County of Glamorgan, praying His Majesty to be graciously pleased to direct a writ to be issued to summon the Petitioner to Parliament by the name and style of Baron Wharton, together with His Majesty's reference thereof to this House, and the report of the Attorney-General thereon thereunto annexed: Presented (by command); read, and referred to the Committee for Privileges to consider and report.
§ The VISCOUNT CROSS—Sat first in Parliament after the death of his grandfather.
§ The LORD CHANCELLOR acquainted the House, That the Clerk of the Parliaments had laid upon the Table the Certificates from the Examiners that the further Standing Orders applicable to the following Bills have been complied with:
§ London, Brighton and South Coast Railway. [H.L.]
§ Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway. [H.L.]
§ Midland Railway. [H.L.]
§ North Eastern Railway. [H.L.]
§ West Gloucestershire Water. [H.L.]
§ Leighton Buzzard Gas. [H.L.]
§ Poole, Sandbanks and Westbourne Rail less Traction. [H.L.]
§ South Bank and Normanby Gaslight and Coke Company. [H.L.]
§ Also the Certificate that the Standing Orders applicable to the following Bill have not been complied with:
§ Butterley Company—(Petition for Bill).
§ The same were ordered to lie on the Table.