HC Deb 22 March 1841 vol 57 c454

Bills. Read a first time:—Collection of Rates (Dublin); Royal Burghs (Scotland); Grand Jury Presentments (Dublin); Parliamentary Burghs (Scotland).—Read a second time:—Criminal Justice; Copyhold and Customary Tenure; Offences against the Person.

Petitions presented. By Mr. A. Sandford, Mr. Townley Parker, Mr. Charles Hamilton, Mr. Muntz, General Johnson, and others, from Wellington, Yeovil, Preston, Oxford, Birmingham, Oldham, and a great many other places, against the New Poor-law Continuance Bill.—By Mr. P. Howard, from Carlisle, and Mr. Brotherton, from Bolton, for the Reduction of the Import Duties.—By Mr. Law Hodges, Lord A. Lennox, and Mr. Pakington, from Gravesend, Chichester, and Droitwich, against the Medical Reform Bill—By Admiral Adam, and Mr. E. Tennent, from Kinross, and various Presbyteries in Ireland, against Lay Patronage.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Devonport, and Dundee, for Radical Reform, and the Release of Frost, Williams, and Jones.—By Sir R. H. Inglis, from Derby, against any further Grant to Maynooth College; from Somerset, for the Exclusion of Roman Catholics from Parliament; and from York, Lincoln, and several other places, for Church Extension.—By Lord Eliot, from the Guardians of a Union in Warwickshire, for the Landlords of Small Tenements to pay the Poor-rates.—By Sir E. Sugden, from the Solicitors of the Yorkshire Law Society, for Alteration in the County courts Bills.—By Mr. P. Howard, from Carlisle, for the Jews Declaration Bill.

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