§ On the motion of Lord J. Russell, that leave be given to bring in a similar Bill for Amending the Representation of Ireland,
§ Mr. Ruthven
said, he approved of the principle of the Bill, but he thought that Ireland should, to preserve its situation with respect to England, have an addition of thirty-two Members instead of three.
Mr. Cutlar Ferguson
took the opportu- 326 nity of asking, if any alteration was to be made in the disqualification of the sons of Scotch Peers?
§ Leave given, and Bill ordered to be brought in by the same praties as the other Bills, substituting the Solicitor General of Ireland for the Lord Advocate.