§ THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INDIA (VISCOUNT PEEL)
My Lords, I beg to move the Motion standing in my name on the Paper.
§ Moved, That it is desirable that a Standing Joint Committee on Indian450
§ to the Bill, which I think goes much too far and involves possible hardship to professional men and women.
§ On Question, Whether Clause 1 shall stand part of the Bill?
§ Their Lordships divided. Contents, 40; Not-Contents, 11.449
|Hailsham, L. (L. Chancellor.)||Plymouth, E.||Desborough, L.|
|Stanhope, E.||Dunmore, L. (E. Dunmore.)|
|Stradbroke, E.||Ernle, L.|
|Somerset, D.||Vane, E. (M. Londonderry.)||Fairfax of Cameron, L.|
|Sutherland, D.||Fairlie, L. (K. Glasgow.)|
|Bertie of Thame, V.||Gage, L. (V. Gage.)|
|Abingdon, E.||Churchill, V.||Hampton, L.|
|Denbigh, E.||FitzAlan of Derwent, V.||Howard of Glossop, L.|
|Devon, E.||Hutchinson, V. (E. Donoughmore.)||Kylsant, L.|
|Doncaster, E. (D. Buccleuch and Queensberry.)||Merrivale, L. [Teller.]|
|Peel, V.||Monkswell, L.|
|Lovelace, E.||Newton, L.|
|Lucan, E.||Southwark, L. Bp.||Ormonde, L. (M. Ormonde.)|
|Malmesbury, E.||Darling, L. [Teller.]||Sandhurst, L.|
|Morton, E.||Daryngton, L.||Wyfold, L.|
|Onslow, E.||Davidson of Lambeth, L.|
|Beauchamp, E.||Ashton of Hyde, L.||Muir Mackenzie, L.|
|Russell, E [Teller.]||Atkin, L. [Teller.]||Parmoor, L.|
|Clwyd, L.||Rathcreedan, L.|
|Arnold L||Hemphill, L.||Stanmore, L.|
§ Affairs of both Houses of Parliament be appointed to examine and report on any Bill or matter referred to them specifically by either House of Parliament, and to consider with a view to reporting, if necessary, thereon any matter relating to Indian Affairs brought to the notice of the Committee by the Secretary of State for India.—(Viscount Peel.)
§ On Question, Motion agreed to.
§ Ordered, That a Message be sent to the Commons to acquaint them therewith and to desire their concurrence.
§ House adjourned at six o'clock.