HL Deb 16 June 1863 vol 171 c966

said, that Mr. Bishop since a child had been a confirmed invalid, and of late years had been ordered to reside permanently in a warm climate, on account of a disease of which frequent ruptures of blood-vessels were one of the worst symptoms. He did not wish it to be understood that Mr. Bishop had three times broken a blood-vessel during his imprisonment, and he had not used the three words last night, "during his imprisonment."

House adjourned at a quarter pas Five o'clock, to Thursday next half past Ten o'clock.

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