§ MR. SPENCER WALPOLE
I beg to give Notice, that on an early day, I shall call the attention of the House to the defective state of the Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873, with reference to the constitution of Her Majesty's Court of Appeal, and move the following Resolutions:—(1.) That it is desirable, in any arrangement of the judicature of the United Kingdom, to make provision that the ultimate appeal in all cases shall be made to the same tribunal. (2.) That for that purpose it is expedient that such appeals from the Courts of Great Britain and Ireland should be carried, as heretofore, to the House of Lords.