The EARL of LINCOLN
moved that in the 4th Clause, which enabled the Commissioners to advance money for works of improvement, the words "corn mills and farm buildings" should be omitted.
§ SIR R. PEEL
concurred in the Motion. They should teach the Irish to rely on themselves, and they would then have more corn mills and farm buildings erected than if the people looked to the Government for an advance towards that object.
§ Report agreed to.
§ Bill to be read a third time.
§ House adjourned at One o'clock.