HC Deb 08 February 1855 vol 136 cc1378-9

Sir, I rise to move for leave to bring in a Bill on the subject of education. I do not wish to enter into any explanation of the Bill, or any statement with reference to its provisions. It is of importance, however, that the Bill should be brought before the House, in order that it should be printed, and then that people in the country may see the objects it proposes to attain. I shall therefore only move that the Bill be now brought in.

Leave given. Bill ordered to be brought in by Lord J. Russell and Mr. Hastings Russell.

Bill read 1..