HC Deb 20 April 1841 vol 57 c963
Colonel Sibthorp

inquired when the civil contingencies and the miscellaneous estimates would be laid on the Table of the House. They had been promised before the recess, and had they been delivered there would have been time for their proper examination. It had been stated by the press that he had been at Nottingham assisting Mr. Walter, whereas he had not left London during the recess, and he wished to have studied the papers. He should oppose the grant to Dr. Bowring.

Mr. Gordon

said that the estimates would be ready to day or to-morrow. This was the usual time for laying them on the Table of the House.