HC Deb 21 February 1842 vol 60 c728
Mr. Milnes

inquired what was to be done with the class of persons called Corn Inspectors? He heard that they were in a state of great doubt and difficulty, not knowing whether they would not be deprived of their situations under the operation of the new system.

Sir R. Peel

had received many letters on the subject, which were under consideration. It was not now quite convenient to answer the question, and he would state his intentions on the subject when bringing in the bill.