HC Deb 13 August 1838 vol 44 c1172

The Order of the Day for taking into consideration the Lords' Amendments on the Irish Tithe Bill was read,

Amendments considered and agreed to.

Lord J. Russell

observed, that understanding that an impression existed that the Lords had altered the conditions upon which the grant of money had been made by the Commons, he felt it necessary to say, that on a minute examination of the money clauses, he found that such was not the case.

Lord Stanley

said, that an amendment affecting one of those clauses had been proposed in the other House, but was withdrawn, lest it might in any degree embarrass the House of Commons.