HL Deb 14 December 1803 vol 1 c332

Counsel was heard at some length in an appeal cause, Keighley, v. the East-India Company. The further hearing was ordered for Friday next—The Earl of Suffolk informed their lordships, that he wished to deliver his sentiments on the bill, which he understood was now before the other House, respecting the services of the volunteer corps. He therefore should take the opportunity, when that bill was introduced, to deliver his sentiments upon it, most probably on Friday—The Lord Chancellor observed, that it would give him much satisfaction to hear the sentiments of the noble lord on that day,—The Irish Habeas Corpus Suspension Bill was read a third time, passed, and a message was ordered to be sent to the Commons, acquainting them therewith. Several other bills were also passed, after which their lordships adjourned until to-morrow.