HL Deb 03 September 1835 vol 30 c1307
Lord John Russell

and other Members of the House of Commons appeared at the Bar, to desire a Conference with their Lordships, on the subject matter of the Amendments they had made in an Act to provide for the regulation of Municipal Corporations in England and Wales.

Viscount. Melbourne

moved that their Lordships should hold a present conference.

Motion agreed to.

Lord Denman (the Speaker)

informed the Members of the House of Commons that their Lordships had agreed to the Conference desired, and appointed it to be held presently, in their Committee-room, No. 5.

The Commons withdrew.

Lord Lyndhurst

and the Duke of Wellington desired to be excused attending at the Conference, and on the Motion of Viscount Melbourne, the following noble Lords were appointed to conduct the Conference on behalf of their Lordships:—The Lord President of the Council, the Lord Privy Seal, the Duke of Richmond, the Earl of Shaftesbury, the Bishop of Bristol, Lord Auckland, Viscount Melbourne, and Lord Hatherton.

On their Lordships' return, bringing with them the Amendments, and the reasons assigned by the Commons, the reasons and the Amendments were read at the Table; and on the Motion of the Marquess of Lansdowne, were ordered to be printed, and taken into consideration the next day.