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Mr. Dillwyn succeeded, on the 25th of May, in obtaining a Second Beading for his Lunacy Law Amendment Bill. By the time this number of the Journal is published, further progress may have been made with the Bill, but it is not very likely that it will pass into an Act this year. Our objections to the Bill, as well as a frank admission of the value of certain clauses, are so fully stated in the Journal for October last, that we need not repeat them here. These objections have not been met by any revision of the Bill.

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