HC Deb 12 April 1831 vol 3 cc1255-6
Mr. Goulburn

wished to know whether his right hon. friend opposite intended to proceed with his Motion regarding the Jews, which stood for discussion on Thursday evening.

Mr. A. Grant

said, that though he retained his former opinions and intentions on this subject, he was inclined to postpone bringing forward his Motion till after the settlement of the Reform Bill, as he did not wish to add any fresh cause of excitement to the public mind. The conduct of those materially interested in the success of his Motion was most proper, in leaving their claims to the discretion of the House, and not wishing to obstruct the progress of another great question by obtruding them at present upon its notice.