HC Deb 12 April 1842 vol 62 c295

BILLS.Public—1o. Dean Forest Poor; Dean rarest Ecclesiastical Districts St. Brianel's small Debts. 2o Victoria Park; Knightsbridge and Kensington openings.

Private.—2o. Warwick and Leamington Union Railway; London and Croydon Railway (Grange Road Approach, No. 2); Bletchley Road; Tyne Fisheries; Bolton and Preston Railway; New Cross Roads; Piel Pier and Harbour; Mersey Conservancy.

Reported.—Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock, and Ayr Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Thesiger, from Woodstock, against the proposed Alteration of the Import Duty on Foreign Gloves.—By Mr. Hodgon Hinde, from the Chamber Of Commerce at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, against the proposed Export Duty on Coals.—From North and South Shields, and from Plymouth, for the Repeal of the Stamp Duty on Attorneys Certificates.—From Law-sholl, Poolingford, Denston, Wiscoe, Bandon, and St. Ives, Cornwall, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—From Okehampton, New Sarum, Hereford, Portsmouth, Finsbury, Tower Hamlets, and other places, against the Reduction of the Import Duty on Leather, and Boots and Shoes.—From Alves, Drainey, Birnie, Horsehcath, Isle of Thanet, Farnham, Rodwinter, Dep-den, Ugley, Elrington, Isle of Sheppey, and other places, against the Importation of Cattle and Meat.— From Cork, in favour of the Bonded Corn Bill.—From Drumtullagh, Culperton, Holywood, Kilbrogan, Kilmoe, Bandon, Clon-duff, and other places, for the Alteration of the present system of Education (Ireland).—From the Members of the Leicestershire Agricultural Association, complaining of the proposed Alteration of the Duties on Foreign Com, of the disproportionate nature of the Income-tax as affecting Land, and against the Importation of Foreign Cattle.—From Josiah Robins, and other persons, against the Buildings' Regulation (No. 2) Bill.—From Bandon, and Fermoy, recommending Cork as the Irish Mail Packet Station between Bristol and the South of Ireland.—From Bandon, for Amendment of the Law of Registration of Voters (Ireland).—From Halstead Union, for Alteration of the Poor-law.—From Kitkburton, for Free Trade.