§ [Lords.] COMMITTEE.
§ Order for Committee read.
§ SIR JAMES ELPHINSTONE
complained that the Bill had been reprinted without any of the Amendments made by the other House, and just as it was introduced into the House. He thought that those Amendments ought, at least, to be printed or indicated by some different type.
THE LORD ADVOCATE
said, that the Bill had been committed pro formâ, in order to its being printed, and that the usual course had been followed. He proposed to proceed with the Bill at a Morning Sitting on Tuesday, the 27th inst.
§ MR. J. LOWTHER
said, he had yet to learn that the usual course had been followed in reprinting a Bill that had come down from the Lords without any of the Amendments made by that House.
§ Committee deferred till Tuesday next, at Two of the clock.