HL Deb 28 March 1831 vol 3 c980
The Lord Chancellor

said, that he also wished to postpone a Bill which at present stood for committal, and which he had already postponed on a former occasion, as he was anxious that his noble friend, the Lord Chief Baron, should be able to attend when it should go through that stage. He had received a letter from his noble friend that morning, requesting him to postpone it again, as he should not be able to be in town. In complying with his noble friend's request to postpone proceeding further with the Bill, he begged he might not be at all understood as withdrawing the measure.—Committee postponed till the 18th of April.