HC Deb 06 May 1858 vol 150 c221

said, that inasmuch as the Bill on this subject, introduced by the hon. Member for Tavistock (Sir J. Trelawny), would come on for discussion next week, it would be impossible, even if leave were given to introduce his (Mr. Lygon's) measure, that it could be printed and circulated in time to progress with the other, and he therefore begged leave to withdraw the notice he had given; at the same time, he would express a hope that some amicable settlement of the question would be come to in the present Session.

Notice of Motion withdrawn.