265 to 103 ; and in the Lords by 113 to 30.
Armed with these extraordinary powers, Gov
errnnent were not slow in taking the . .
necessary steps to put a slop to the Measures of
insurrection which was rajjidly or- (Jovemment
ganizing in every i)art of the coun- t^fuppress
r MM ■ r . 11 llie insurrec-
try. liie information was ihuly i,,,,, „iiiiii
more alarming, and prove roliollion, was iiojjalivid by a larfjo ma-