§ (Mr. Attorney General, Mr. Hibbert.)
§ [BILL 105.] CONSIDERATION.
§ Bill, as amended, considered.
§ Clause (Correction of mistakes by revising barrister,)—(Mr. Attorney General,)—brought up, and read the first time.
§ Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the said Clause be now read a second time."
§ Debate arising;
§ Motion made, and Question put, "That the Debate be now adjourned."—(Colonel Barttelot.)
§ The House divided:—Ayes 13; Noes 53: Majority 40.
§ Original Question put, and agreed to.
§ Clause read a second time, and added.
§ Clause (Commencement of Act,)—(Mr. Attorney General,)—brought up, and read the first and second time; amended; and added.
§ Clause (Adjournment of Court by revising barrister,)—(Mr. Goldney,)—added.
§ Clause (Publication of overseers' lists,)—(Sir Charles Dilke,)—added.
§ Amendments made.
In page 13, line 40, to leave out the words "five shillings for every hundred names," and insert "two pence for every death entered in such Return,"—(Mr. Hibbert,)
§ —instead thereof.
§ Question proposed, "That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Bill."
§ Amendment, by leave, withdrawn,413
§ MR. JAMES,
in moving an Amendment in Clause 32, said, he did so with a view to remove the existing disqualification of town clerks to act as agents for candidates.
In page 16, line 34, to leave out the words "or as agent for any candidate at any election for the representation of such city or borough."—(Mr. James.)
§ Question put, "That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Bill."
§ The House divided:—Ayes 11; Noes 44: Majority 33.
§ Other Amendments made.
§ Bill to be read the third time upon Monday next.