HC Deb 30 May 1827 vol 17 c1062
Mr. W. Smith

moved, that the bill be read a second time.

Mr. Hudson Gurney

said, that he saw no reason for confining the Bill to Unitarian Dissenters, but thought all Dissenters from the church should be included; as, otherwise, the House would have application after application of the same nature.

After a conversation, in which Mr. Estcourt, Mr. Hume, Mr. R. Grant, sir J. Newport, lord W. Russell, and Mr. Wynn took a part, the bill was read a second time.