HL Deb 16 June 1865 vol 180 c359

Commons Reasons for disagreeing to Lords Amendment considered.


said, their Lordships had struck out the 27th clause of this Bill, and the Commons had reinserted it, as the effect of striking it out was the taking of £200,000 from the Government without any return for it. The noble and learned Lord moved that their Lordships do not insist upon their Amendment.

On Question, whether to insist? Resolved in the Negative; and a Message sent to the Commons to acquaint them therewith.

House adjourned at Nine o'clock, till Monday next, Eleven o'clock.