HC Deb 21 July 1845 vol 82 cc869-70
Sir R. Peel

moved that the Jewish Disabilities Bill be read a third time.

Sir Robert Inglis

protested against the Bill as inconsistent with the Christian char- acter of the Constitution, and moved that it be read a third time that day three months.

Colonel Sibthorp

entirely agreed with his hon. Friend the Member for the University of Oxford, whom he regarded as a true Christian and Protestant. He would always be happy to record his vote with his hon. Friend against any measure introduced by the right hon. Baronet; and there was no measure which he did not believe the right hon. Baronet, as a Minister, capable of introducing for the spoliation and ruin of the Protestant Church.

The House divided on the Question, that the word "now" stand part of the Question:—Ayes 44; Noes 11: Majority 33.

List of the AYES.
Aglionby, H. A. Hume, J.
Baring, rt. hn. W. B. Hutt, W.
Bentinck, Lord G. Kelly, Fitz Roy
Bowes, J. Lincoln, Earl of
Bowring, Dr. M'Neill, D.
Brisco, M. Masterman, J.
Brotherton, J. Moffatt, G.
Cardwell, E. Morris, D.
Clerk, rt. hon. Sir G. Muntz, G. F.
Cripps, W. Nicholl, rt. hon. J.
Ferguson, Sir R. A. Northland, Visct.
Fitzroy, hon. H. O'Connell, M. J.
Flower, Sir J. Pechell, Capt.
Forster, M. Peel, rt. hon. Sir R.
Fremantle, rt. hn. Sir T. Pusey, P.
Goulburn, rt. hon. H. Smith, rt. hn. T. B. C.
Graham, rt. hn. Sir J. Somerville, Sir W. M.
Greene, T. Thesiger, Sir F.
Hamilton, W. J. Warburton, H.
Hamilton, Lord C. Wawn, J. T.
Hawes, B.
Herbert, rt. hon. S. TELLERS.
Hinde, J. H. Young, J.
Howard, P. H. Mackenzie, W. F.
List of the NOES.
Acland, T. D. Hope, A.
Borthwick, P. Pringle, A.
Buller, Sir J. Y. Spooner, R.
Darby, G. Tollemache, J.
Dawnay, hon. W. H. TELLERS.
Dickinson, F. H. Inglis, Sir R. H.
Henley, J. W. Sibthorp, Col.

Bill read a third time and passed.

House adjourned at two o'clock.