HC Deb 13 July 1832 vol 14 c355
Mr. Pringle

was anxious to learn from the noble Lord opposite whether the Government intended to pass the Bribery Bill this Session. That measure was considered absolutely indispensable, in consequence of the gross and shameful scenes which in many parts of Scotland were at present witnessed.

Lord Althorp

said, it was the fixed determination of Government to do all they could to carry through a Bribery Bill during the present Session.