HL Deb 25 March 1808 vol 10 c1254
Lord Grenville

took up the idea which of late had been frequently adverted to by many noble lords, Viz. that of taking some measure for procuring a more regular printing of the journals of that house, together with fit Indexes to the same; and concluded with moving an instruction to that effect to the standing committee of the journals.

Lord Hawkesbury

most cheerfully concurred in the motion of the noble baron, and promised every support on his part, and on that of his colleagues, towards the accomplishment of so desirable an object.

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