HL Deb 06 July 1868 vol 193 c715

Amendments reported (according to Order).


explained that the Amendments for which he was responsible had been introduced with the sanction of the noble, and learned Lord upon the Woolsack, and were not intended to delay in any way the passing of the Bill.


said, that if any Amendments whatever were introduced the effect must be to send back the Bill for re-consideration to the House of Commons. He was unable to see any difference in principle between the consideration of one Amendment and another; and therefore he begged to give Notice that upon the third reading he should move the Amendment of which Notice had been given with regard to the city of Glasgow.

Further Amendments made: Bill to be read 3a To-morrow; and to be printed as amended. (No. 220.)

House adjourned at a Quarter before Nine o'clock, till To-morrow, Half-past Ten o'clock.