HL Deb 29 July 1842 vol 65 c834
The Marquess of Clanricarde

said, that after going into a close examination of the subject which this bill embraced, and looking at the present state of the Cession, he did not think it possible that the Latter could be brought to a satisfactory termination this Session. Three days would not be sufficient for hearing the evidence, and these were all that could be spared.

Lord Brougham


Order of the Day for the second reading of the Bill discharged.

The House adjourned.