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Lords Chamber

Volume 116: debated on Wednesday 24 April 1940

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House Of Lords

Wednesday, 24th April, 1940.

The House met at four of the clock, The LORD CHANCELLOR on the Woolsack.

Lord Tryon

The Right Honourable George Clement Tryon, having been created Baron Tryon, of Durnford in the County of Wilts—Was (in the usual manner) introduced.

Royal Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty Toanimals Bill Hl

Returned from the Commons, agreed to.

King Edward The Seventhwelsh National Memorialassociaton Bill Hl

Returned from the Commons, agreed to.

South-Eastern Gas Corporation, Limited (Associatedcompanies) Bill Hl

Report from the Chairman of Committees under Standing Order No. 109A, that the Bill involves points to which the attention of the House should be specially directed; made, and to be printed. The said Report to be considered on Tuesday next.

South Suburban Gas Bill Hl

Reported from the Select Committee, with Amendments.

Torquay Cemetery Bill

Read 3a , with the Amendments, and passed, and returned to the Commons.

House adjourned at ten minutes past four o'clock.