HC Deb 07 April 1842 vol 62 c3
Sir J. Y. Buller

brought up the report of the committee appointed to try the return for Great Marlow, stating, that they had come to a resolution that, in their opinion, Richard Gibbons was wilfully guilty of giving false evidence before them, and that he was committed to the custody of the Sergeant-at-Arms, under an order of the chairman, to wait the pleasure of the House. The hon. Baronet then moved that Richard Gibbons be committed to Newgate until the House should make further orders.—Agreed to.

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