HC Deb 03 August 1836 vol 35 c865

Mr. Divett, after shortly adverting to the rejection of this Bill by the House of Lords, the nature of the inquiry instituted by that House, and the facts it elicited, moved the further suspension of the writ until ten days after the commencement of the next Session.

Sir Thomas Fremantle, concurring in the necessity for suspending the writ for the present, thought the House ought not to be bound down to the time proposed by the hon. Member. If the hon. Gentleman would amend his motion by moving the suspension of the writ for a week or ten days, he should not object to it.

Writ suspended until Thursday, the 11th of August.