HC Deb 28 February 1843 vol 67 c22
Captain Pechell

wished to put a question to the right hon. Baronet, the Secretary for the Home Department. There had been that morning delivered to Members a document purporting to be a scheme for the promulgation of the statutes. Now, in that document, all the old boroughs excluded by the Reform Act were included, while the new ones created by that act were unnoticed. He wished to know, whether the right hon. Baronet's attention had been called to that partiality of distribution, and whether justices of petty sessions would be supplied with a copy upon application.

Sir J. Graham

said, that since he had held the office he then filled, no alteration had been made by him with respect to the distribution. He was not aware, that the new boroughs had been excluded, but if he found that such were the case, he would take care that an alteration should be made.