HC Deb 08 March 1841 vol 57 c8

Bills. Read a first time:—Marine Mutiny; Mutiny.

Petitions presented. By Mr. Hunt, from places in Derbyshire, against the New Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. W. Duncombe, Sir J. Y. Duller, Mr. H. T. Hope, and others, from Bradford, Halifax, Devonshire, and other places, against the Poor-law Amendment Act.—By Mr. Easthope, from the Corporation of Leicester, for relieving the Jews from Civil Disabilities, and in favour of the County Courts Bill; from Inhabitants of the town, for the Improvement of the Irish Registration, and against Lord Stanley's Bill; and from the Village of Stocker, in Lincolnshire, and a place in Leicestershire, for the Abolition of Church Rates, and Ecclesiastical Courts.—By Mr. Alderman Copeland, from Stoke-upon-Trent, not to extend the power of the Poor-law Commissioners for more than three years.—By Sir C. Styles, from Inhabitants of Donegal, against Lord Morpeth's Irish Registration Bill.—By Mr. Parker, from places in Buckinghamshire, for Church Extension.—By Mr. Ormsby Gore, from Salop, for a Declaratory Act to define the items subject to Church Rates; and from the Deanery of Marshara, in the Diocese of St. Asaph, for a perfect system of Tithe Commutation.—By Captain Pechell, from places in the County of Sussex, against the abolition of Gilbert Unions.—By Mr. W. Evans, and Mr. Scholefield, from a place in Derbyshire, and Birmingham, for alterations in the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. H. T. Hope, from Gloucester, in favour of Church Extension.—By Sir W. Somerville, from Naul, in the county of Meath, and other places in Ireland, in favour of Lord Morpeth's Registration of Voters Bill.

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