HC Deb 07 October 1841 vol 59 c1158
Mr. Yorke

said, he wished to know, in regard to the Tamworth petition, whether the right hon. Gentleman, the Secretary of State for the Home Department, would have any objection to lay before the House the information on which he acted, and the sources from whence it was obtained.

Sir James Graham

said, that under the circumstances, he must decline producing the information sought for, inasmuch as the hon. Member for Sheffield had given notice of a motion on this subject for next Session. Notwithstanding this, he should have hesitated complying with the wish of the hon. Member for "York, but since such a notice had been given, he would postpone, till that motion came before the House, any further explanation that might be called for.

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