HC Deb 13 March 1832 vol 11 cc128-9
The Speaker

said—"The time has now come when it is necessary some arrangement should be made respecting the dropped Orders of yesterday. It is impossible for me to advert to the circumstance of no House* [* The Speaker's allusion is to the fact of the House not having met the day before on account of the death of his mother. Lord Althorp stood at the door to announce the intelligence to such Gentlemen as might have come down in ignorance of the death of Mrs. Manners Sutton, and prevent their entering the House.] having been made, without feelings of the deepest obligation and gratitude for the great kindness and consideration evinced towards me upon this as well as upon every other occasion, ever since I had the honour of presiding in this Chair.

Lord Althorp

moved that the dropped Orders of yesterday be read before the Orders of the Day.

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