HC Deb 21 January 1807 vol 8 c470

A new writ was issued for a burgess to serve for Coleraine, in the room of sir G. F. Hill, who had made his election for Londonderry.—The deputy clerk of the crown attended, pursuant to order, and erased the names of lord Fitzharris and lord Palmerston, who were returned with Mr. L. P. Jones and colonel Wilder to serve for the borough of Horsham.—Sir J. Newport brought in the bill to amend the Corn Intercourse act, passed last session, by not extending the provision of the former act to any grain not the growth of Great Britain and Ireland. The bill was read a first time.