§ Commons Amendments considered (according to Order).
§ On the Motion that the said Amendments be agreed to,
§ LORD REDESDALE
said, his objections to the Bill were not removed by the Amendment which had been inserted in the Preamble by the other House. He was still of opinion that the resignation of the Bishops was a resignation for a consideration, and as such was illegal.
looked upon the Bill as most pernicious and dangerous to the interests of the Church.
§ THE EARL OF HARROWBY
defended the Bill, which, he said, was most wholesome, and would be of the greatest advantage to the Church and to the dioceses affected. He looked back with the utmost satisfaction to the share which he had had in passing this Bill.
§ Motion agreed to.