HC Deb 28 June 1844 vol 76 c105

[A short discussion provoked by Mr. B. Cochrane inquiring when the Government would proceed with the Poor Law Bill, and complaining of the delay, as to the progress of several measures through the House took place. It terminated by Sir J. Graham saying, that his right hon. Friend at the head of the Government on an early day next week would state those measures which it was the intention of Government to press, and the order in which it was intended to take them. He would also state the names of those which it might be expedient to abandon. Owing to the great length of the debates we find it necessary to omit this discussion, referring the reader who wishes to trace the progress of Bills through Parliament to the minutes which precedes each day's debate.]