MR. CORNEWALL LEWIS
reported from the Select Committee appointed to draw up Reasons to be offered to The Lords at a Conference for disagreeing to certain Amendments made by their Lordships to the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill, that they had drawn up Reasons accordingly, which they had directed him to report to the House.
§ The said Reasons being read a second time were agreed to.
§ Ordered, That a Conference be desired with The Lords upon the subject matter of the Amendments made by their Lordships to the said Bill; and that Mr. Cornewall Lewis do go to the The Lords, and desire the said Conference.
§ Subsequently Mr. CORNEWALL LEWIS reported, That, having been with The Lords 1076 to desire a conference on the subject matter of the Amendments made by their Lordships to the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill, The Lords do agree to a Conference, and appoint the same forthwith.
§ Ordered, That the Committee who were appointed to draw up Reasons to be offered to the Lords at a Conference for disagreeing to certain of the said Amendments do manage the Conference: And the names of Mr. Disraeli, Mr. Walpole, Mr. Newdegate, Mr. Wodehouse, and Mr. Reynolds, were added to them.
§ Then the names of the Managers were called over; and they went to the Conference; and being returned;
§ SIR G. GREY
reported, That the Managers had been at the Conference, which was managed on the part of The Lords by the Lord President; and that they had delivered the Reasons for disagreeing to the said Amendments, and had left the Bill and Amendments with their Lordships.