said, with reference to the notice of his which stood on the Paper, for leave to bring in a bill to amend the Administration of Justice on the trial of offences in certain cases in Ireland, that, at that hour of the night, he could not think of bringing it forward in opposition to the wishes of any hon. Member; and, therefore, if he could not then obtain (as he was much afraid he could not), leave to bring it in without a dissentient voice, he should postpone it to the following day.
§ Mr. Leader
would certainly oppose even the introduction of a measure so deeply affecting the rights and liberties of the subject,
§ Motion postponed.