HC Deb 20 June 1832 vol 13 c909

Mr. Cripps moved the order of the Day for the recommittal of the Coroners' Bill.

Sir Edward Sugden

complained of the mode in which the four Bills of the hon. member for Stafford had been passed through that House, they having been disposed of at so late an hour on Saturday morning as to preclude any discussion of their merits. He thought that was highly improper; they were not party measures, but measures requiring a great deal of calm consideration.