HC Deb 08 July 1831 vol 4 c1003
Mr. Herries

presumed, the first topic for discussion, would be the Irish Reform Bill.

Lord Althorp

said, that he had observed, a few nights since, that it would be extremely inconvenient to attempt to carry the three Reform Bills through the House pari passu; and he would now add, that it was not the intention of Government to proceed with the Irish and Scotch Reform Bills until the House should have got through with the English Reform Bill. This course had been resolved upon, in order to keep the discussion of the respective Bills separate, and avoid confusion in the debates.

Motion deferred till Monday.