§ Commons' Amendments considered (according to order).
§ THE CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES (The Duke of BUCKINGHAM and CHANDOS)
said, the object of the Amendments was to confirm a certain agreement which was not disclosed in that House when the Bill passed through Committee there. It would be contrary to the established practice of that House to allow such a matter to be done by Amendments in the Commons. Their Lordships' House had had no opportunity of considering the particulars of the agreement. Therefore, in accordance with the ordinary 1824 practice, he had to move that that House did not agree with the Commons' Amendments.
§ Moved, "That the House disagree to the Commons' Amendments."—(The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos.)
§ Motion agreed to.
§ A Committee appointed to prepare a reason to be offered to the Commons for the Lords disagreeing to the said Amendments; the Committee to meet forthwith; Report from the Committee of the reason prepared by them; read, and agreed to; and a Message sent to the Commons to return the said Bill with the reason.