HC Deb 10 July 1868 vol 193 c1067

Lords' Reason for disagreeing to one of the Commons' Amendments to Lords' Amendments considered.

MR. GATHORNE HARDY moved that the House do not insist on the Amendment made by them, from which the House of Lords had expressed their disagreement.


said that, in the present state of Public Business, and owing to the necessity of facilitating the registration for the purposes of the approaching General Election as much as possible, he should not, acting on the advice of a distinguished Member of his own side of the House, offer any opposition to the proposal.

Resolved, That this House doth not insist upon the Amendment made by this House to the Amendment made by their Lordships, to which The Lords have disagreed.