HC Deb 09 July 1832 vol 14 c199
Mr. Ewart

reported that at a conference with the Lords the Lord President who was the manager for their Lordships, had acquainted the Commons that the Lords having taken into consideration the reasons stated by the Commons, for not agreeing to the Lords amendments, their Lordships insisted on two of those Amendments.

Amendments insisted upon by the Lords read.

Lord Althorp

said, as the Bill was of importance and the amendments insisted on were not of an objectionable nature, he should move that they be agreed to.

Amendments agreed to, and Bill ordered to be sent back.