HC Deb 27 March 1817 vol 35 c1275
Mr. Bathurst

reported from the select committee appointed to consider of a more convenient and expeditious method of preparing and distributing the printed votes of this House, that the committee having examined Mr. Ley and Mr. Rickman, the clerks assistant of the House, Mr. Whittam the clerk of the journals, and Mr. Bowyer Nichols, the printer of the votes, and compared the intended compressed form of the votes, with that at at present in use, had come to the following resolution: "That it will be advisable that the votes and proceedings of the House should be prepared, printed, and distributed according to the method proposed and described in the papers thereunto annexed." The report was ordered to be taken into consideration to-morrow; when it was agreed to by the House.