§ Sir R. Peel
said, the hon. Gentleman had asked him whether he should object to his (Mr. Hutt's) bringing in this bill, and having it printed and circulated throughout the country; to which he replied, that he had no objection, but, at the same time, he had not expressed in the slightest degree any approbation of the measure, or the least concurrence in the opinion of the hon. Gentleman.
The House went into committee. In committee, Mr. Hutt moved the following resolution:—That the chairman be directed to move, That leave be given to bring in a bill to permit flour, or flour and biscuit to be substituted for foreign wheat secured in warehouses.
§ Resolution agreed to,
§ The House resumed, resolution reported, and bill ordered to be brought in.