presented a Report from the Dublin Election Committee, declaring the sitting 592 Members to have been duly elected, and the petition against their return to be neither frivolous nor vexatious.
§ Mr. James Grattan
begged to ask the hon. Gentleman, whether it was his intention to lay the evidence taken before the Committee on the Table of the House, and to move that it be printed?
said, that it was not his intention to do anything of that kind. Such a course was only pursued when a special return was presented, and in this instance there had been no special return.