HC Deb 25 February 1840 vol 52 c580

Bill. Read a second time:—Marine Insurance Company.

Petitions presented. By Colonel Butler, and Mr. Bellew, from several places, for an Extension of the Suffrage, and Corporate Reform for Ireland.—By Messrs. Hindley, M. Philips, Eliot, and Sir De Lacy Evans, from a number of places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Sir C. Style, from a place in Essex, for the Release of John Thorogood, and the Abolition of Church Rates.—By Messrs. F. Dundas, Grant, H. Johnstone, Sir James Graham, and Lord G. Stuart, from a number of places, against the Intrusion of Ministers into Parishes.—By Mr. Strutt, from Derby, for a Law to summarily punish Juvenile Offenders.—By Messrs. Plumptre, Barneby, B. Wilbraham, Sir C. B. Vere, Lord Henniker, and Lord Cole, from a number of places, for Church Extension, for Religious Education, and against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—By Lord G. Somerset, from the Salesmen of the London Markets, against conveying Cattle upon Railways.—By Messrs. Leader, and T. Duncombe, from a number of places, for a Free Pardon to Frost, Jones, and Williams.—By Mr. G. W. Wood, from Manchester, in favour of the Designs Copyright Bill—By Mr. Jervis, and Mr. T. Duncombe, from the Printers of London, against the Copyright Bill.—By Sir R. H. Inglis, from Walbrook, and Sir T. D. Acland, from Torrington, for the Release of Mr. Sheriff Evans; and by the latter, from Sandford, against any Alteration in the Corn-laws.