HC Deb 23 February 1808 vol 10 cc709-10
Mr. Whitbread

observed, that a Resolution had been passed the other night, upon which a Bill was to be founded, Prevent the exportation of Jesuits Bark. If he had been in the house at the time he should have resisted the passing of that resolution. He-now begged the right hon. the chancellor of the exchequer to inform him when the bill was likely to be introduced; at the same time he thought it right to state, that he should most decidedly oppose a measure which went to carry into effect that most detestable species of warfare.

The Chancellor of the Exchequer

said that the bill would most probably be introduced to-morrow.