The LORD CHANCELLOR
said, that this Bill had been referred to a Select Committee, which had gone through it very attentively, and had made some few alterations in it which appeared expedient to them. He apprehended no objection would be made to its now passing through Committee.
§ LORD ST. LEONARDS
did not intend to oppose the adoption of the alterations which had been made, although his objections to the Bill were in no respect removed.
§ After a short conversation, in which Lord CAMPBELL and Lord ST. LEONARDS joined,
§ House in Committee.
§ Amendments made; the report thereof to be received on Thursday next.