HC Deb 24 May 1842 vol 63 c735
Mr. Parker,

on behalf of Sir Thomas Wilde, moved to revive the committee appointed to consider the expediency of erecting a building in the neighbourhood of the inns of court, for the sittings of the courts of law and equity, in lieu of the present courts adjoining to Westminster Hall, with a view to the more speedy, convenient, and effectual administration of justice.

Sir J. Graham

consented to the motion, but said, that in doing so, he must not be considered as expressing any opinion on the subject.

Motion agreed to.

Committee to be nominated.

House Adjourned.