HC Deb 11 July 1842 vol 64 c1289

BILLS. 1°.Public.—Wide Streets (Dublin). 2°. Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction; Chelsea Hospital; Militia Ballots; Military Savings Banks; Testimony Perpetuating.

Committed.—Linen Manufactures (Ireland); Turnpike Acts Continuance.

Reported.—Fisheries Treaty; Slave Trade Treaties Act Continuance; Parish Constables.

3°.and passed:—London Bridge Approaches Fund.

Private.—2°. Bishop of Derry's Estate; Mostyn's Estate; Lord Southampton's Estate; Calland's Estate; Verconsin's Naturalization; Pilkington's Estate; Marquess of Tweedale's Estate; Lord Lorton's Estate.

Reported.—Vere's Divorce; Cambuslang and Muirkirk Roads (No. 2); Paterson's Estate; Davidson's Estate; Duke of Cleveland's Estate; Viscount Fitzwilliam's Estate.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Ord, from Newcastle and Gateshead Religious Freedom Society, and from the Tyne Union, and from Well's Union, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Sir J. Tyrell, from Chairmen of Medical Practitioners (Essex), for Amendment of the Poor-law Bill in relation to Medical Relief.—By Sir H. Douglas, from Merchants of Liverpool connected with Newfoundland, to raise the Qualification of Electors and Representatives in that Island.—By Mr. Sergeant Jackson, from United Dioceses of Cloyne, Cork, and Ross, from Kilnamartery, and Diocese of Armagh; and by Captain Jones, from Killier and Clomure, for Alterations in the System of National Education (Ireland); and from Londonderry and Newtown Umeady, against the Tobacco Regulations Bill.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from a Public Meeting at Sheffield, for Inquiry into Holberry's case.—By Mr. Colville, from West Hallam, against the Grant to Maynooth.—By Mr. J. O'Connell, from Wm. Patrick-son Pike, against any Increase of the Stamp Duties (Ireland).—From Wm. Bridle, complaining of being Dismissed from the Governorship of Ilchester Gaol, and praying for Inquiry.—By Mr. Ferrand, from Queenshead, for a Law to regulate Wages.—From a Meeting at Dun-fermling, for a Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. J. O'Connell, from Mr. Gordon, complaning of the Court of Chancery (Ireland) Bill; and from James O'Neil, and Mackey O'Neill, for Inquiry into the Irregularities of the Cimber Post Office.—From Bakers of Dnblin, for an Act to Regulate their Hours of Work.—From Schoolmasters of the Presbytery of Selkirk, for Improving the Condition of Schoolmasters (Scotland).