HC Deb 05 February 1830 vol 22 c124

JAMES BARLOW HAY, Esq. took the Oaths and his Seat for Southampton.—Mr. D. W. HARVEY gave notice, that on the 25th February he should move for a Committee on the Crown Revenues, and the means of rendering them most available to the exigencies of the country.—The Solicitor General moved for a return of the several persons who were "confined for contempt under process issuing out of the Courts of Chancery and Exchequer," on the 7th March 1827 (the date of the last return made by order of this House); and also, of those who have been committed since that period; stating what persons have died, or been discharged from their contempts, since the said 7th March 1827, and how many now remain in custody for contempt—ordered.