§ (Mr. Healy, Mr. Gray, Mr. Barry.)
§ Lords' Amendment considered.
§ MR. HEALY
said, he understood that there had been an Amendment made by the Lords which was a breach of the Privileges of the House of Commons. Personally, he should have no objection to it; but as it was a breach of the Privileges of the Commons, he would move to disagree with the Lords in the said Amendment.
§ Motion agreed to.
§ Committee appointed, "to draw up Reasons to be assigned to The Lords for disagreeing to the Amendment made by The Lords to the Coroners Bill:"—Mr. HEALY, Mr. ATTORNEY GENERAL, Mr. OSBORNE MORGAN, Mr. O'DONNELL, Colonel BARTTELOT, and Lord FREDERICK CAVENDISH:—Three to be the quorum:—To withdraw immediately.
§ Reason for disagreement to The Lords Amendmentreported, and agreed to:—To be communicated to The Lords.