HC Deb 08 September 1841 vol 59 c509
Sir G. Clerk

moved, that the House, at its rising, do adjourn until Thursday, the 16th instant.

Viscount Palmerston

said, that it probably would be convenient to the House to know whether her Majesty's Government intended, after the recess, to proceed immediately to such business as they meant to propose to the House without further adjournment?

Sir G. Clerk

said, that the first Lord of the Treasury would, he hoped, be in his place on Thursday, the 16th, when he would be able to answer the noble Viscount.

Motion agreed to.