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Roads And Bridges (Scotland) Bill

Volume 229: debated on Thursday 11 May 1876

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Whether, considering the interest that is manifested in Scotland in the Roads and Bridges (Scotland) Bill, he can arrange to fix an early day and hour for the Second Reading of the measure?

, in reply, said, the measure was brought in at a time which would give an opportunity for its proposals to be discussed at the annual meetings in Scotland before the second reading was taken. Those meetings had been held; but he had not as yet received any communications as to the result of the meetings. As soon as he had information on the subject he would fix a day for the second reading.