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Mr. Sergeant O'Loghlen

then rose to move for leave to bring in the Bill for reforming the Municipal Corporations of Ireland.

Sir Robert Peel

interrupted the hon. and learned Gentleman, and suggested that as it was impossible, after a discussion of the exciting nature of that which the House had just listened to, to induce hon. Members to attend calmly to a new subject, he would recommend the hon. and learned Gentleman to introduce his Bill at once, and to enter upon an explanation of its details in proposing the second reading of it.

Mr. Sergeant O'Loghlen

would gladly avail himself of the suggestion of the right hon. Baronet. He then moved that leave be given to bring in a Bill for the regulation of Municipal Corporations in Ireland.

Motion agreed to.

Bill brought in, and read a first time.