HC Deb 07 February 1833 vol 15 c310
Sir Robert Inglis

said, that notice had been given of a Motion most important to the Church. He, therefore, wished to know, was it intended by Ministers previously to lay before the House such information, papers, and documents, as were necessary to enable Members to come to a right conclusion?

Lord Althorp

said, it was not intended to submit any papers to the House previous to the Motion. But, in due time, every information would be furnished, that the discussion might be full and satisfactory. The Motion would be founded on general principles.