HC Deb 07 June 1815 vol 31
Mr. Lockhart,

by desire of his hon. and learned friend, (Mr. Serjeant Best,) begged leave to move, that the second reading of the Insolvent Debtors' Amendment Bill should be postponed to that day three months. He observed, that his hon. and learned friend took this course, with the view, not of abandoning the measure altogether, but of bringing it forward in the next session in such a form as he trusted would be in accordance with the general feelings of the House. With respect to the Bill now in existence, he had only to observe, that every day's experience showed how much it required amendment.

The motion was agreed to.