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Waterford, New Ross, And Wexford Junction Railway (Sale) Bill

Volume 229: debated on Thursday 1 June 1876

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Ordered, That the Select Committee on the Waterford, New Ross, and Wexford Junction Railway (Sale) Bill do consist of Five Members, Three to be nominated by the House, and Two to be nominated by the Committee of Selection.

Ordered, That all Petitions presented against the Bill be referred to the Select Committee on the Bill, subject to the decision of the Court of Referees on questions of locus standi if any objection be raised to the locus standi of any Petitioner, and provided such Petitions are presented three clear days before the meeting of the Committee; and that such of the Petitioners as pray to be heard by themselves, their Counsel, or agents, be heard upon their Petitions, if they think fit, and Counsel heard in favour of the Bill against the said Petitions:—Power to send for persons, papers, and records; Three to be the quorum.

Ordered, That Mr. Ridley, Captain Hood, and Mr. Blennerhassett be Members of the Committee.—( Mr. William Henry Smith.)

House adjourned at half One o'clock till Thursday next.