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Scotland—Scotch Bills

Volume 202: debated on Monday 4 July 1870

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Question

said, he wished to ask the Lord Advocate, Whether he intends to proceed during the Session with any of the various Bills affecting Scotland which he has laid upon the Table of the House; and, if so, whether he will name the measures with which he intends to persevere; and whether he can state that he has a reasonable prospect of obtaining one Government day for the discussion of such measures?

replied, that it was his intention to proceed with the Scotch measures he had laid on the Table with two exceptions—namely, the Feudal Tenures Bill and the Land Valuation Bill, and he had a reasonable prospect of obtaining a Government day for the discussion of the Bills to be proceeded with.