HC Deb 28 April 1841 vol 57 c1167
Mr. Sergeant Jackson

wished to ask the noble Lord, the Secretary for Ireland, whether it was his intention to proceed with the Irish Court of Chancery Bill on Friday next? He wished the noble Lord to postpone, until a more distant period, the further consideration of the measure, as some officers connected with the Irish Court of Chancery were anxious to be in London during its progress.

Viscount Morpeth had no objection to postpone the measure.