HC Deb 10 July 1844 vol 76 c570

On the Order of the Day being read for the resumption of the adjourned debate on the second reading of the Arches Bill being resumed,

Mr. R. Yorke

said, he felt bound to take the sense of the House against the Bill.

Sir J. Graham

said, having already spoken, he was precluded from offering any observations.

Question again proposed that the Bill be now read a second time.

The House divided:—Ayes 17; Noes 30: Majority 13.

List of theAYES.
Berkeley, hon. Capt. Hutt, W.
Crawford, W. S. Langston, J. H.
Duncombe, T. Mitchell, T. A.
Gibson, T. Milner Morrison, Gen.
Hawes, B. Norreys, Sir D. J.
Hume, J. Palmerston, Visct.
Philips, M. Wawn, J. T.
Scott, R. TELLERS.
Strutt, E. Elphinstone, H.
Tancred, H. W. Christie, W. D.
List of theNOES.
Bentinck, Lord G. Lockhart, W.
Beresford, Major McNeill, D.
Blackstone, W. S. Martin, C. W.
Borthwick, P. Neville, R.
Bowes, J. Nicholl, rt. hon. J.
Cripps, W. O'Brien, A. S.
Denison, E. B. Pringle, A.
Eliot Lord Stanley, Lord
Escott, B. Sutton, hon. H. M.
Gordon, hon. Capt. Thesiger, Sir F.
Goulburn, rt. hon. H. Vane, Lord H.
Graham, rt. hon. Sir J. Vivian, J. E.
Greenall, P. Yorke, H. R.
Greene, T.
Gregory, W. H. TELLERS.
Knatchbull, rt. hn. Sir E. Young, J.
Lincoln, Earl of Lennox, Lord A.