HC Deb 09 February 1830 vol 22 c270
Mr. Wodehouse

moved an Address to his Majesty for a Copy of the Minutes of the Evidence of Alexander Baring, before the Privy Council, on 26th April, 1828, touching the adoption of a Silver Standard, &c. He would withdraw the motion if the Government would produce the evidence.

The Chancellor of the Exchequer

replied, that he had no objection to produce the evidence; but it ought to be accompanied with the evidence of other individuals taken on the same occasion. [hear]

Motion withdrawn for the present.