§ [The references are to Bill No. 86.]
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§ THE LORD CHANCELLOR
My Lords, this Amendment, which I will ask your Lordships to agree to, is really very little more than a drafting Amendment. It is an Amendment which was moved by the noble Viscount, Lord Samuel, in your Lordships' House, who said when he moved it that it really was a very small point. When it was moved in another place it was thought that it might be accepted. I beg to move that this House doth agree with the Commons in their Amendment.
Moved, That this House doth agree with the Commons in the said Amendment.—(The Lord Chancellor.)
§ VISCOUNT SAMUEL
My Lords, I am very glad that this Amendment, which I moved here, has now been accepted in another place, and perhaps I may be permitted to express a slight feeling of regret that it was not accepted in your Lordships' House.
§ On Question, Motion agreed to.