HL Deb 08 May 1851 vol 116 c677

LORD REDESDALE moved— That in cases in which the Commons disagree to any Amendments made by the Lords, or insist upon any Amendments to which the Lords have disagreed, the Lords are willing to receive the Reasons of the Commons for their disagreeing, or insisting (as the case may be) by Message, without a Conference, unless at any time the Commons should desire to communicate the same at a Conference.

Agreed to; and the said Resolution ordered to be communicated to the Commons at a Conference, and their concurrence thereto to be desired. Message sent to the Commons for a present Conference.