HL Deb 19 May 1806 vol 7 c251

Earl Spencer stated that it would be inconvenient for a noble friend of his (lord Grenville) to attend the discussion of the bill for repealing the Additional-Force act, the second reading of which was fixed for that day; and therefore he would, with the permission of their lordships, move that the order be discharged, and that it be read a 2d time the next day. Ordered.—Lord Auckland moved, that the report of the proceedings of the House in giving judgment in cases of impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanours made in the case of Warren Hastings, esq. which he then held in his hand, should be printed for the use of their lordships. Ordered.—The Mutiny, Irish Exchequer, and Loan bills, were read a third time and passed.—Lord Stanhope moved that the second reading of the bill for the Discovery of Truth be postponed until Friday se'nnight.