§ Sir Robert Inglis
protested against the Bill as inconsistent with the Christian char- 870 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.|
|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.