HC Deb 08 June 1842 vol 63 cc1385-6

MINUTES. BILLS. Public.—2°. Sugar Duties; Sudbury Disfranchisement.

Reported.—Slave Trade Suppression (Hayti); Slave Trade Abolition (Argentine Confederation); Slave Trade Treaties.

Private.Reported.—Leeds Improvement; Leeds Burial Ground.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Sir R. Inglis, from Electors of Nottingham, for a New Writ.— From Salford and Macclesfield, for Limiting the Hours of Labour of young persons in Factories.—From Belfast, and Kildare, against Fisheries (Ireland) Bill.—From the Governors of the Glasslough Fever Hospital, and the Ashby Dispensary, against Subjecting Medical Charities to the Control of the Poor-law Commissioners.—From Londonderry, for the Abolition of Church Patronage (Scotland).—From Down, for Additional Provisions to the Lagan Navigation Bill.—From Sleaford, and Coventry, against the Poor- Law Amendment Bill.—From the Guardians of the Holsworthy Union, for Alteration of the Poor-Law Amendment Bill—From the Catholics of Hampstead, Clitheroe, Ashton-under-Lyne, and Dukinfleld, for Equality of Civil Rights.—From Advocates of free Inquiry, to remit the Punishment of C. Southwell.—From Clonmel, against the Reduction of the Duty on Leather Boots and Shoes.—From the Leicester and London Mechanic's Institute, that such Institutions may be exempt from the Payment of Rates and Taxes—From the Western District of Spitalfields, for the Redemption of the Tolls on Waterloo and the other Metropolitan Bridges.—From Attornies at Cockermouth, for the Redemption of the Duty on their Certificates.—From Proprietors on the Rivers Dee and Don, against Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Bill (No. 2).—From Proprietors of the river Ness, in Favour of Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Bill (No. 2).