HC Deb 16 July 1857 vol 146 c1569

said, he wished to give notice of the course he intended to pursue with regard to national education. At that period of the Session he did not think, after the discussion on the subject which had already taken place, that he should promote the object he had in view by moving such a Resolution as that of which he had given notice, and therefore it was his intention, whenever the noble Lord at the head of the Government placed a day at his disposal, to move an Address to the Crown for a Commission of Inquiry into the state of national education.