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Waterford, Wexford, Wicklow, And Dublin Railway

Volume 110: debated on Friday 12 April 1850

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Order of the Day being read for the Attendance at the Bar of this House of Mr. Charles de Lacy Nash, the Secretary to the Committee of the Company, the Yeoman Usher informed the House, That Mr. Nash was in attendance, whereupon it was moved.

That inasmuch as Mr. Charles de Lacy Nash has made a Return to an Order of this House which he was not required or authorised to make, and has framed the said Return in a Form calculated to mislead this House, he be called in, and reprimanded by The Lord Speaker for the same, and then discharged from further Attendance:

The same was agreed to.

Then Mr. Nash was called in, and having prayed Leave to make certain Statements to the House on the Subject, he was heard accordingly; and was then reprimanded by The Lord Speaker, and discharged from further Attendance.

House adjourned to Monday next.