HC Deb 21 April 1842 vol 62 c903

NEW MEMBER.—Lord Newport, for Salop (South Division).

BILLS. Public.—1°- Soap Duties Drawback. Reported.—Timber Ships; Copyright. Private.—1° Benecke's Naturalization; Fierville's Naturalization; Lagan Navigation.

Reported.—Castlerigg and Derwontwater Inclosure; Ar-drossan Harbour; St. Phillip's (Bristol) Bridge; Gosport Pier; Saundersfoot Harbour.

3°- and passed:—Ormesby Inclosure; Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway; Bunsen's Naturalization; Liebert's Naturalization; St. Austell Market (No. 2).

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. G. Duncan, and Mr. O. Duncombe, from Scarborough, and Shields, against the Duty on Marine Insurances.—By Sir R. Inglis, from Shepton Mallet, for Church Extension.—By Mr. Ward, Mr. Poulett Scrope, Lord James Stuart, Mr. Byng, Mr. R. Scott, and Mr. Ewart, from Ware, Bishops Stortford, Royston, Stroud, Ayrshire, Hammersmith, Annan, Walsall, and other places, against the Income-tax.—By Lord C. Manners, Mr. Cummin Bruce, Mr. George Banks, and Mr. Bowes, from Waltham, Oxfordshire, Maidstone, Bil-lingham, and many other places, against the Importation of Foreign Cattle.—By Mr. F. Villiers, from Sheffield, Tarporley, and Truro, against the Reduction of the Duties on Foreign Leather.— From Attorneys at Otley, and Doncaster, for the Repeal of the Duty on their Certificates.—From Birmingham, against the Boroughs' Improvement (No. 2) Bill, and Buildings' Regulation (No. 2) Bill.—By an hon. Member, from Chester, Wistow, Sapcote, and other places, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—By an hon. Member, from Lisburn, for the Marriages (Ireland) Bill—By Mr. S. Crawford, from London, Kendal, Gateshead, and other places, for the Extension of the Suffrage.—From Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Berkshire, against any Reduction of the Timber Duties.—From the Bath Auxiliary Anti-Slavery Society, against the Exportation of Hill Coolies.—From Sitting bourne Union, for Rating the Owners in lieu of the Occupiers of Small Tenements.—From Donagh, Lisburn, and Derryaghy, against the present system of Education (Ireland)—From the Stockton and Darlington Railway Company, for Alteration of the mode of charging the Duty on Railways.—From Chester, for further Extension of the Public House Act.