HC Deb 20 April 1842 vol 62 cc869-70

BILLS. Public—2°. Public Houses.

Private.—2°. Witt's Estate.

Reported.—Kirkintilloch Roads (No. 1); St. Austell Market (No. 2); Liebert's Naturalization; Granton Pier (No. 2); Drogheda Harbour; Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway; Liverpool Paving and Sewerage; Bunsen's Naturalization.

. and passed:—Kingsclere Inclosure.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Miles, and Mr. Wakley, from Members of the Medical Profession, against the Lunatic Asylums Bill.—By Mr. Miles, from Shepton Mallet, against the Abolition of Church Rates.—By Mr. Hardy, from Bradford, against the continuance of the New Poor-law.—From Ratepayers of the Limerick Union, for Amendment of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Act.—By Lord Worsley, from Bouon, and Cirencester, against the Corn Importation Bill.—From Tynemouth, against Alteration of the Timber Duties, and against the proposed Duties on Rice.—By Sir G. Bankes, and Mr. Heathcote, from Purbeck. and Rutlandshire, against the Importation of Foreign Cattle and Meat—By Mr. Heath cote, and Mr. Jackson, from Hambleton, and Braunton, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—By Mr. Murphy, from the Law Students of Ireland, for the Repeal of Acts 33 Hen. VIII. and 11 Eliz.—From Cove, that Cork may be the Mail Packet Station between Bristol and the South of Ireland.—By an hon. Member, from Braintree, and Bocking, against the Reduction of the Duty on Foreign Leather, and Boots and Shoes.— From Wareham, for the Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys Certificates.—From Shepton Mallet, Rathmore, and Ril tiel, for Alteration of the present System of Education in Ireland,—From Kingston-upon-Hull), for the adoption of Vote by Ballot—From North Shields, Brighton, Louth (Lincoln), and Derby, for the Repeal of the Union—From Swansea, complaining of Inefficient Post-Office communication between South Wales and the Metropolis. —From T. C. Anstey, praying for Inquiry relative to Emigration.—From Sleaford, against the proposed Commercial Reforms.—From the Writers to her Majesty's Signet in Scotland, Hereford, East Durham, and Plymouth, against the Property Tax.