HC Deb 15 August 1836 vol 35 c1227
Lord Morpeth

said, that in order to avoid any difficulty with respect to the Lords' amendments to the Irish Grand Jury Bill, and to satisfy their just pretensions, he should move that the Bill, as sent down from their Lordships' House, be laid aside, and that leave be given to introduce a new Bill, omitting those clauses which had been struck out or altered by their Lordships. The noble Lord then brought in a Bill for consolidating and amending the laws for the regulation of Grand Juries in Ireland, which was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time to-morrow.

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