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Customs and Income Tax Bill-Presented, and read the first time [Bill 108]
THURSDAY, APRIL 2.
The Lord Carrington, after the Death of his Father.
THURSDAY, MAY 7.
The Marquess of Salisbury, after the Death of his Father.
FRIDAY, MAY 8.
The Earl of Ellesmere, after the Death of his Father.
TUESDAY, MAY 5.
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE SIR JOHN TROLLOPE, Baronet, having been created Baron Kesteven of Casewick in the County of Lincoln-Was (in the usual Manner) introduced.
SIR BROOK WILLIAM BRIDGES, Baronet, having been created Baron Fitzwalter of Woodham Walter in the County of Essex-Was (in the usual Manner) introduced.
NEW WRITS ISSUED.
FRIDAY, APRIL 3.
For Launceston, v. Alexander Henry Campbell, Esq., Manor of Northstead.
MONDAY, APRIL 20.
For Cockermouth, v. John Steel, Esq., deceased.
For The Parts of Kesteven and Holland, in the County of Lincoln, v. Sir John Trollope, Baronet, called up to the House of Peers.
For Kent (Eastern Division), v. Sir Brook William Bridges, Baronet, called up to the House of Peers.
For Radnorshire, v. Sir John Benn Walsh, Baronet, called up to the House of Peers.
For Leominster, v. Hon. Arthur Walsh, Manor of Northstead.
TUESDAY, APRIL 21.
For Grantham, v. William Earle Welby, Esq., Chiltern Hundreds.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22.
For Bristol, v. Sir Samuel Morton Peto, Baronet, Manor of Northstead.
For Stirling District of Burghs, v. Lawrence Oliphant, Esq., Chiltern Hundreds.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29.
For Stamford, v. Viscount Cranborne, now Marquess of Salisbury.
NEW MEMBERS SWORN.
MONDAY, MARCH 23.
Huddersfield-Edward Aldam Leatham, Esq.
FRIDAY, MARCH 27. Coventry-Samuel Carter, Esq.
MONDAY, APRIL 20.
Chipping Wycombe-Hon. William Henry Peregrine Carington.
TUESDAY, APRIL 28.
Cockermouth-Andrew Green Thompson, Esq.
THURSDAY, APRIL 30.
Parts of Kesteven and Holland, in the County of Lincoln-William Earle Welby, Esq.
Grantham-Edmund Turnor, Esq.
Radnorshire-Hon. Arthur Walsh.
Bristol-John William Miles, Esq.
MONDAY, MAY 4.
Stirling District of Burghs-John Ramsay, Esq.
Kent (Eastern Division)-Edward Leigh Pemberton the younger, Esq.
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA.
SECOND VOLUME OF THE SESSION.
HOUSE OF LORDS,
Monday, March 23, 1868.
MINUTES.]-PUBLIC BILLS-Second Reading-
Report-Promissory Oaths* (51-52).
will now venture to submit the observations which can be more conveniently made at the present stage than they could have been at the first introduction of these meaIf I found it necessary to go into a history of the legislation on bankruptcy in this country at any length, I fear that the task would be not only most wearisome to your Lordships, but highly unprofitable in itself. I think it sufficient, in the first place, to remind your Lordships that the last Consolidation Act which was passed in this country on the subject of bankruptcy was in the year 1849. From that year to the year 1859 the law as to bankRead-ruptcy, with very little alteration, stood on that footing. In the year 1859 my noble and learned Friend (Lord Campbell), who was then Lord Chancellor, introduced into your Lordships' House a Bill on the subject of Bankruptcy which was called the Debtor and Creditor Bill. That measure contained in it four important
BANKRUPTCY ACTS REPEAL BILL. (The Lord Chancellor.)
(No. 30.) SECOND READING. Order of the Day for the Second ing read.
HE LORD CHANCELLOR, in moving that the Bankruptcy Acts Repeal Bill, the Bankruptcy Bill, and the Judgment Debtors Bill be now read the second time, said: My Lords, in asking your Lordships to give a second reading to these Bills, I VOL. CXCI. [THIRD SERIES.]