§ MR. CRAUFURD
said, this Motion 941 was an attempt to evade a former Resolution of the House, and he should therefore oppose it.
§ SIR HENRY HALFORD
said, he was at a loss to know on what reasonable ground the appointment of this Committee could be opposed. All that was asked was that the subject should be inquired into, and he thought that demand ought to be granted.
SIR, GEORGE GREY
said, he did not think that any further inquiry into this subject was necessary; but, since the House had referred it and the truck system to a Committee, and as that Committee, at the end of last Session, had recommended that they should be reappointed, he did not think it desirable to oppose the Motion.
§ MR. C. FORSTER,
said, he believed that questions of this nature could be better discussed in the House than before a Select Committee. Still, under the peculiar circumstances of the present case, he should support the Motion.
§ Motion agreed to.
§ The House adjourned at half after One o'clock till Thursday.