.—I rise, Sir, to inform the House, that on an early day after the recess I shall submit a motion upon certain passages in your Speech, delivered at the close of the last session at the bar of the House of Lords.
wished that the noble lord had not named so distant a period; as, if the Chair had transgressed the line of its duty, it would be desirable that the question should be discussed as soon as possible.
replied, that he could not well name an earlier day: as many members were absent, and especially those belonging to the country which the noble lord represented, and who were particularly interested in the question.
Mr. B. Bathurst was proceeding to argue upon the question itself, when Mr. Tierney called him to order, for indulging in a course of proceeding which could only lead to a premature debate, and would be productive of perpetual inconvenience. The notice was then entered accordingly; after which the House adjourned.