HL Deb 11 March 1974 vol 350 cc5-6

My Lords, I have to acquaint the House that Her Majesty has been pleased to create the Right Honourable Sir Frederick Elwyn-Jones, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, a Peer of this Realm, by the title of Baron Elwyn-Jones, of Llanelli in the County of Carmarthen and of Newham in Greater London.

The LORD CHANCELLOR, having retired to robe, was introduced as a Baron and as Lord Chancellor between the Lord Shepherd and the Lord Gardiner.

House adjourned during pleasure.

House resumed.

The Lord Nunburnholme—Sat first in Parliament after the death of his father.

Several Lords—Took the Oath.

Certain Lords—Affirmed.

Several Lords—Took the Oath.

His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent,—Singly took the Oath.

The Earl of Snowdon—Took the Oath.

Several Lords—Took the Oath.

House adjourned at four o'clock.

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