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HOUSE bF LORDS,. TUESDAY, In.Y 110 SEDUCTION BILL. The Bishop of Oxford moved the third reading of the Seduction of Females bill Lord Brougham objected to the bill as going much further than was inienlkd-.much further than the Bill which had been sent up from the House of Commons two sessions since. The larl of Mounteashel supported the measure. Lord Denaaan thought that the measure was not calculated to carry out the object intended, but would become merely a means of enabling persons to extort money. The law at present was sufficient to parish persons guilty of those crimes which this bill sought to punish. Lord Campbell despaired of their lordships being able to frame any bill which would rei-nedy the evil. The Bishop of Oxford. insisted on dividing, the House, when the numbers were- Contents. »•' •• • • -1 Non-contents •• .2b -7 On the motion of Lord Denman, the Poor-law iveinoval Hill was read a third time, and.passed. Their lordships then adjourned,

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