HL Deb 08 July 1805 vol 5 c792

On the second reading of this bill,

The Lord Chancellor

said, that he could not now enter upon the consideration of it, but begged leave to be understood not to be precluded from saying something afterwards respecting it. If their lordships would look at the precedents, they would find that it was one of the most important bills that had came before them for half a century.—Adjourned.