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Bishop's Divorce Bill Hl

Volume 11: debated on Tuesday 30 April 1912

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A Bill intituled an Act to dissolve the marriage of Shenstone John Bishop, of 20, Merrion Square, in the City of Dublin, Surgeon-Dentist, with Ethel Mally Bishop, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again, and for other purposes: Presented (on petition), and a copy of the proceedings in and of the decree of the King's Bench, Matrimonial Division of the High Court of Justice in Ireland: Delivered (on Oath): Bill read 1a , and to be read 2a on Monday the 13 th of May next: The usual Orders made.

The LORD CHANCELLOR acquainted the House, That the Clerk of the Parliaments had laid upon the Table the Certificates from the Examiners that the further Standing Orders applicable to the following Bills have been complied with:

  • Belfast Water.
  • Gas Companies (Standard Burner).

Also the Certificate that the Standing Order applicable to the following Bill has been complied with:

Local Government Provisional Orders (No. 1).

And also the Certificates that the Standing Orders have not been complied with in the case of petitions for additional Provisions in the following Bills:

  • Houghton-le-Spring District Gas. [H.L.]
  • City of London (Various Powers).
  • London County Council (Tramways and Improvements).
  • Scunthorpe Urban District Water.

The same were ordered to lie on the Table.