HC Deb 16 June 1842 vol 63 cc1611-2
Mr. Hawes

had understood the hon. Baronet, the Member for the University of Oxford, to say at the commencement of the Session, that he intended to bring the question of Church Extension under the consideration of the House during the present Session. He wished to know whether the hon. Baronet still intended to do so, and if he did at what period he would make his motion.

Sir R. Inglis

said, it was his intention —his fixed intention—to call the attention of the House to the subject of Church Extension. If he might be permitted to add one word in reply to the question, it was this, that if the hon. Member for Lambeth would promise him his support, he would then take his counsel as to the time and manner of bringing the subject forward, otherwise, he must be allowed to bring it forward at that time, and in that manner which he should think best.


did not understand the right hon. Baronet to state whether he intended to bring the matter forward before the end of the Session.

Sir R. Inglis

said, it was his fixed intention to bring the subject forward before the close of the Session.