HC Deb 05 October 1831 vol 8 c8
Lord Ebrington

wished to know from the hon. and learned member for Kerry, whether it was his intention to enforce the Call of the House on Monday next.

Mr. O'Connell

said, he felt it a duty he ought to perform, but as he had some doubts as to the propriety of causing general inconvenience on account of the Irish Reform Bill, he should propose that the Order be discharged.

Lord Ebrington

said, that considering the condition of the country, he should feel it his duty to enforce the Call of the House, and he, therefore, gave notice he should do so on that day, in order that he might bring forward a motion upon the state of public affairs.