HC Deb 25 July 1807 vol 9 c924

The petition complaining of undue elections and returns for the county of Kilcardine, and for the boroughs of Oakhampton and East Grimstead, were discharged, as the petitioners had failed entering into the necessary recognizances.—Sir A. Wellesley moved for, and obtained leave to bring in, two bills; the one for allowing a certain number of men to volunteer from the Irish militia into the regiments of the line; the other for increasing the Irish militia to a certain extent, by ballot or by bounty. The bills were then brought up and read a first time.