HC Deb 26 May 1842 vol 63 c873
Mr Milner Gibson

moved for leave to bring in a bill to prevent persons in England and Wales from losing their votes at an election by removal after the preceding registration.

Mr. Bagge

said, he should divide the House against the motion.

Sir James Graham

hoped the hon. Gentleman would not oppose the introduction of the bill. The subject was one worthy of consideration, and although he was not by any means prepared to express himself In favour of it, still he wished the bill to be introduced, in order that the House might see the nature of its provisions.

Leave given. Bill to be brought in.