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Volume 217: debated on Saturday 2 August 1873

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Bill considered in Committee (according to Order).

said, that as the hon. and learned Member for Limerick (Mr. Butt) insisted on his Amendment respecting the insertion of a new clause—(Treatment of prisoners removed)—enacting that no prisoner removed from the Four Courts Marshal-sea Prison under the Bill should be subject to other rules and regulations than those to which he would have been subject if he had remained in the Marshalsea Prison, it would be necessary for him to abandon the Bill. He would therefore move that the Chairman do now leave the Chair.

Motion agreed to. [No Report.]

stated that it was proposed that the House should sit at three o'clock on Monday.

House adjourned at Four o'clock till Monday.