Thursday 25th June 1846

“The Corn Bill was brought into the House of Lords, where Lord Stanley was to oppose it, but after all the opposition was very feeble and the second reading of the Bill was carried by a majority of 47, the number being 211 to 164, and the great measure upon which the country looked for salvation was carried without a division.”

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