HL Deb 24 April 1866 vol 182 c1985

On the Motion of The CHAIRMAN of COMMITTEES, it was Resolved, That the Lords are willing to receive from the Commons, by Message, without a Conference, any Communication desiring the Concurrence of this House to any Address to Her Majesty, under the Provisions of the Act Fifteenth and Sixteenth Victoria, Chapter Fifty-seven, to which the Commons may have agreed, unless at any Time the Commons should desire to communicate the same at a Conference: And a Message sent to the Commons, to acquaint them therewith.—(The Chairman of Committees.)