§ On the Question for going into Committee of Supply,
§ The CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
stated that he had received a letter from Mr. Rowland Hill, with reference to certain statements which had been made in that House by the hon. and learned Member for Youghal on Friday last, in which Mr. Rowland Hill desired him to say that he gave the most distinct and unequivocal denial to any imputations that had been made against him.
§ MR. C. ANSTEY
said, it was due to himself to say that for the statement he made upon that occasion he had documentary evidence—some of it in the handwriting of Mr. Rowland Hill himself; and that if he had been allowed the Committee he had asked for, he should have been able to prove infinitely worse cases of oppression against that gentleman than anything he had stated the other night.