HC Deb 07 February 1842 vol 60 c128
Sir G. Clerk

said, that great expense had formerly been incurred in printing documents which were laid before the House, and, in order to avoid any unnecessary expenditure in this respect, a committee had been appointed in whom was vested a discretionary power as to the printing of documents. The operation of that committee had been found most beneficial, and he begged to move its re-appointment.

The motion was agreed to, and the committee was appointed, to consist of the following Members:—Sir G. Clerk, Sir R. H. Inglis, Mr. Pusey, Mr. V. Smith, Mr. Shrutt, Lord Mahon, Mr. Tufnell, and Mr. P. Stewart.