HC Deb 20 February 1843 vol 66 c937
Sir A. L. Hay

said, he wished to put a question to the right hon. Baronet, the Secretary for the Home Department. He had not given notice of his intention to put the question; but he had no doubt that the right hon. Baronet was perfectly prepared to give an answer to it one way or the other. He wished to know whether it was the intention of her Majesty's Government to propose, during the present Session, any measure for the purpose of settling the unfortunate differences which had arisen in the Church of Scotland?

Sir J. Graham

said, the hon. Gentleman had not been so obliging as to give him notice of the question he had just put, but his hon. Friend, the Member for Argyleshire, had been more obliging, and had notified to him his intention of asking the very question just put to him by the hon. Member. His hon. Friend would propose the question on Thursday next, and on that day he should give an answer to it.

Sir A. L. Hay

considered that the conduct of the right hon. Baronet had been very discourteous. As a Member of that House.

The Speaker

informed the hon. Member that he was not in order.

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