HL Deb 03 August 1875 vol 226 cc432-3

Commons amendments to Lords amendments, and Commons consequential amendments and reasons for disagreeing to one of the Lords amendments considered (according to Order.)

EARL BEAUCHAMP moved that the Commons Amendments should be agreed to, and that their Lordships should not insist on their Amendment fixing the maximum amount of infant insurance at£3.


expressed his regret that their Lordships had not adhered to this Amendment.


said, there might be some force in the observation if Parliament were legislating on the subject for the first time; but the limit of £6 was fixed in 1856 after careful consideration.

Commons amendments agreed to, and the Lords amendments to which the Commons have disagreed not insisted on.