§ Mr. Agar Ellis
withdrew the notice which he had given for a motion for an address to remove the hon. W. Quin from the situation of Custos Rotulorum of Limerick. In doing this he wished to explain that he had intended to found the address on the resolutions which the House had already adopted respecting that member. On reperusing those resolutions he was shaken in his opinion; and several gentlemen of more parliamentary experience whom he had consulted, thought that the words of those resolutions were not strong enough to warrant the proceeding he had contemplated. In what he had done he had been actuated by nothing but a sense of duty.