HC Deb 11 June 1811 vol 20 c570
Mr. W. Smith

had, on a former evening, moved to rescind an Address to the Prince Regent for certain papers relative to Sierra Leone. It had however, upon that occasion been suggested to him, that as an hon. gent. who had moved that Address was not then in the House, and as it could not be ascertained whether or not the Address had been actually presented, that it might be advisable to postpone his motion for rescinding that Address. He had since that period learned that the Address had not been presented; and the hon. mover being now in the House, he should move that the order for the Address be rescinded, which passed in the affirmative.