HC Deb 08 July 1831 vol 4 c1003
Mr. Benett

rose, for the purpose of bringing forward his Motion with regard to the Borough of Liverpool, and he hoped the House would hear him for a short time. [Calls of Question slopped the hon. Member from proceeding.]

Mr. Herries

said, he really must put it to the hon. Member, whether, in that House, and at that time of night, such a question ought to be discussed.

Mr. Benett

said, that he was in the hands of the House, and seeing that the feeling of the House was against the Motion being brought forward then, he would postpone it till Monday, when he hoped he might be allowed to bring it on before the motion of the noble Lord, the member for Buckinghamshire.

Mr. C. W. Wynn

doubted, after the manner in which the Estimates had occupied the House, whether such an important question as the suspension of the Writ for Liverpool, should come on before the motion alluded to.