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-r Mr. Croker said he could not conscientiously votu for the motion, although lie was ready to make any sacrifice that Was ii,itli his duty to prevent disturbance. Mr. O'Connel! gave his hearty approbation to the motion he thought the house was hound to stand, hy I the ministers, and s ipport them too and he hoped the country would see a determined majority of this house demanding' justice, Sir R. Peel said t' at in dissenting from this resolu- tion, he did not mean to imply a doubt of the personal integrity of liis Majesty's ministers; of their perse- verance, after the passing of the lie form Bill through tha11)ouse, 11e con Id eii tertai n nodonht,nor did 1ic dis- pute t.eir ability but still he could never consent to a vote of confidence for the manner in which Vhey had introduced that Li!I. (Hear.) '1,, After some observations from the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Mr, Hunt, the house divided,â For the m0tion..329 Against it..I98 Majority 131.