HC Deb 18 July 1832 vol 14 c519
Mr. D. W. Harvey

, after referring to the subject of admission to the Inns of Court, which had formed a part of the discussion last night, wished to know if it would be necessary for him again to bring his motion in form before the House."

The Attorney General

said, that it was within the power of the Crown to recommend to the Law Commissioners the consideration of the subject alluded to. He was confirmed in this opinion by that of his hon. and learned friend, the member for Huntingdon, who was at the head of that Commission. The discussion of yesterday would probably direct their attention to the subject, but if it should not, he had no hesitation in saying, that he should advise the matter to be recommended to their consideration.