HC Deb 28 July 1842 vol 65 cc761-2
The Chancellor of the Exchequer

said, that the Common-law Courts (Ireland) Bill was a measure of great importance, involving the interests of a great number of persons, a proper inquiry into whose cases would require communication with the authorities in Ireland. In the present state of the business of the House, and the importance of giving a full consideration to the subject, he found it impossible that this inquiry could be gone into this Session, or the bill proceeded with. But he also wished to give notice that, at the commencement of the next Session, he should certainly renew a bill that would give effect to the provisions of the present one, in order to ensure that saving of expense which, he was sure, would be the ultimate result.

Order of the Day discharged.