HC Deb 19 March 1867 vol 186 c123

said, he would beg to ask the hon. Member for Leicester (Mr. Taylor), Whether he will enlarge his Motion for an Address to the Crown to remove Mr. Churchward from the Commission of the Peace so as to include all magistrates who have been found guilty of, or consenting or privy to, corrupt practices by Bribery Commissions?


said, he thought the hon. Member could hardly be serious in the question he asked. He (Mr. Taylor) had given a notice of a specific character in regard to a specific case, of the circumstances of which he had done his best to make himself master; but the hon. Member now asked him to deal with cases of which he knew nothing. If, however, the hon. Member himself would bring forward and prove those other cases, he would undertake to give him his support.


said, he would give notice that he intended to move an Amendment to the Motion of the hon. Gentleman.