HC Deb 11 February 1842 vol 60 cc298-9
Mr. Hawes

begged to inquire of the right hon. Baronet, the Secretary for the Home Department, whether there was any intention, on the part of the Government, to bring forward in the course of the present Session any measure upon the subject of the medical profession?

Sir James Graham

said, if the hon. Gentleman meant to ask him whether he would pledge himself to lay a bill on the Table of the House during the present Session, his reply was, that he could give no such pledge. On the other hand, he begged to state, that considering the question of great importance, he had directed his attention to it during the recess, and was endeavouring to frame a measure upon the subject. He did not despair yet of laying it on the Table of the House.

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