HL Deb 31 May 1808 vol 11 c719

On the third reading of this bill, an amendment was proposed by the earl of Moira, to save the privileges of the peers, archbishops, and bishops of Ireland, with respect to chaplains; which, after some conversation between his lordship, lord Hawkesbury, Harrowby, and Redesdale, the duke of Norfolk, the lord Chancellor, and the bishop of Limerick, was agreed to with a slight alteration; as was also a clause proposed by lord Harrowby to obtain returns with respect to the residence of the clergy, after a few observations from the archbishop of Cashel, and lords Redesdale and Hawkesbury. The bill was then passed.