HL Deb 30 August 1841 vol 59 c474
The Lord Chancellor

said, that as the hill which he had presented to the House the other evening for the better Administration of Justice in England had already passed their Lordships' House, and was precisely in the same state in which it had been left by the House of Commons at the close of the last Session, he trusted their Lordships would see no objection to its being then read a second time, in order that it might be considered in committee on Monday next.

Lord Brougham

saw no objection to the proposition of his noble and learned Friend, inasmuch as his objections to the bill would be more properly considered in committee. He had no objection to the principle of the bill, therefore he should not oppose the second reading.

Bill read a second time.