HC Deb 11 December 1847 vol 95 cc962-3

On the Order of the Day for bringing up the Report on the Crime and Outrage (Ireland) Bill,


said, he did not mean to oppose the reception of the Report, as the feeling of the House had been so strongly expressed with reference to the Bill; but he hoped he should not be considered as interposing any improper obstacle to the progress of the measure if on Monday he felt it his duty to take the sense of the House on the third reading, in order to show distinctly that the House had not thought fit to adopt remedial measures before applying coercive measures to Ireland.

The Report, with Amendment, was received. Bill to be read a third time.

House adjourned at a quarter past Twelve o'clock.

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