HC Deb 22 July 1842 vol 65 cc491-2

BILLS. Public.—1o. Lunacy:

2o. Joint Stock Banking Companies.

Committed.—Bonded Corn (No. 2); Grand Jury Presentiments (Ireland).

Reported.—Assessed Taxes (No. 2); Manchester, Bir- mingham and Bolton police; Stamp Duties; Game certificates (Ireland).

3o. and passed:—Poor Law Amendment; Licensed Lunatic Asylums Customs Ads amendment; Exchequer Bills Preparation; Fisheries (Ireland).

Private.Reported.—Pilkington's (Swinnerton's) Estate; Mostyn's Estate; Marquess of Tweedale's Estate; Duke of Bridgewater's Estate; Calland's Estate; Lord Southampton's Estate; Lord Lorton's (Countess of Rose's) Estate; Verconsin's Naturalization; Bishop of Derry's Estate.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Lockhart, from Burghs and Parochial Schoolmasters of Hamilton, for ameliorating their condition.—By Dr. Bowring, from Bolton-le-Moors; and by Mr. Parker, from the Secretary of the Provincial, Medical, and Surgical Association at Worcester, for Medical Reform.—By the Solicitor-General, from Islington, and the Eastern district of St. John, Clerkenwell, for the Redemption of the Tolls on Waterloo and the other Metropolitan Bridges.—By Mr. Archdall, from the Grand Jury of Fermanagh, for the revision of the Law of Grand Jury Presentments (Ireland).—By Mr. Barclay, from Sunderland Union, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. J. O'Brien, from Limerick and the Foreman of the Grand Jury of Sligo, against placing Medical Charities under the control of the Poor-law sub-commissioners Mr. O'Connell, from Leeds, for the Repeal of the Union with Ireland, and from Kilkenny, for Regulating the hours of Labour for Bakers in Ireland).—By Mr. Gregory, from the Churchwardens of St. Mary's, Dublin, for the Alteration of the mode of Assessing the Wide Street Tax.—From Thetford, for Inquiry into the course of Instruction pursued at Maynooth.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Nottingham, for the Issue of the Writ for that Town.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from a Public Meeting at Sheffield, for a free Pardon for all Political Offenders.—From James Nelson, for a Repeal of the Corn-laws.—From Samuel Gordon, for an Inquiry into the Court of Chancery (Ireland).—From Samuel Clark, against the Tobacco Regulations Bill.—From Samuel Dickson, for revision of the Report of the Expenditure on the Shannon Navigation.