– in the House of Commons on 31st July 1922.
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Clare College, Cambridge (Blythe's Benefaction), Bill [Lords],
Read the Third time, and passed, without Amendment.
Kingston-upon-Hull Corporation Bill [Lords] (King's Consent signified),
Bill read the Third time, and passed, with Amendments.
Black Country Tramways and Light Railways Bill [Lords],
As amended, considered.
Ordered, That Standing Orders 223 and 243 be suspended, and that the Bill be now read the Third time.—[The Deputy-Chairman.]
Bill accordingly read the Third time, and passed, with Amendments.
Cambridge Corporation Bill [Lords],
Ordered, That Standing Orders 223 and 243 he suspended, and that the Bill be now read the Third time.—[The Deputy-Chairman.]
Fife Trust Estate Bill [Lord.],
Read a Second time, and committed.
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