HC Deb 12 November 1830 vol 1 c486
Mr. C. W. Wynn

thought it would be more convenient, from the nature of this Bill, to postpone the discussion upon it till the next stage. He therefore proposed that it be read a second time, and be committed for Monday se'nnight.

Sir Charles Wetherell

objected to the total repeal of the Oath of Abjuration, and hoped the right hon. Gentleman would not press that as a necessary part of his measure.

Sir R. Peel

was disposed to concur in different parts of the bill, but he agreed in the objection of the hon. and learned Gentleman who had just sat down, to the total repeal of the Oath of Abjuration.

Bill read a second time.