HC Deb 10 August 1843 vol 71 c535
Sir J. Graham

moved, the third reading of the Law of Evidence Bill.

Bill read a third time.

On the question, that it do pass,

Mr. Cripps

opposed the motion, which he thought ought not to be pressed at that late hour of the night in the absence of the Attorney-General.

Mr. Darby

said, that the Attorney-General had given him an assurance, that there should be a discussion on this measure upon the third reading.

Motion withdrawn.

Further proceedings postponed.

House adjourned at two o'clock.