HL Deb 04 February 1858 vol 148 c686

wished to ask his noble Friend on the woolsack whether it was his intention to propose any amendment in the Bankruptcy Laws, which were at present in a most anomalous condition?


said, the subject was under the consideration of the Government, and a Bill had been prepared in reference to it, and was actually printed; but at present he did not like to say more upon the subject, as he believed differences existed between his noble and learned Friend and himself with respect to what amendments were desirable.