HC Deb 14 June 1842 vol 63 c1529

MINUTES.] NEW MEMBERS Sir Thomas Winston Barron, Bart, and Thomas Wyse, Esq., for Waterford City.

BILLS. Public.—1o. Writs of Error.

2o. Perth Prison; Assessed Taxes.

3o. and passed:—Sugar Duties; Law of Merchants Act Amendment; Double Costs; Tithe Commutation.

Private.—1o. Hawke's Divorce.

2o. Ashton's Divorce; Rouma's Naturalization; LesbazicUe's Naturalization; Toxteth Park Paving and Sewerage (No. 2).

3o. and passed;—Gairs Naturalization; Carlow Road.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Thornely, from Sefton, for the Abolition of Church Rates.—By Mr. Villiers, from Solicitors and Attorneys at Wolverhampton, and Clitheroe, for the Repeal of the Duty on their Certificates.—From persons employed in the Pilchard Fishery in the Bay of St. Ives, for the Abolition of Tithe on Fish.—By Mr. Alderman Copeland, aad Dr. Bowring, from Pentonville, Ward of Farringdon Within, Richmond, Finsbury, and the Ward of Portsoken, for the Redemption of the Tolls on Waterloo, and the other Metropolitan Bridges.— From Derby, Spondon, Newhall, Repton, Dalbury, Trussley, Breadsall, and Ockbrook, for Inquiry into the System of Education pursued at Maynooth College.—By Mr. Ewart, from the Mechanics Institute at Brentford, that such Institutions may be relieved from the Payment of Rates and Taxes.—By Mr. Hindley, from Cheetham, Ashton-under-Lyne, Hyde, Staleybridge, Ardwiek, and Mixenden, for a Ten Hours' Factory Bill.—From Hexham Union, and Greenwich Union, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill; from J. S. Tiekell, and J. H. Nankwell, for Alteration in that Bill in relation to Medical Officers.—By Sir G. Strickland, from Great Duffleld, for the Abolition of Slavery.— By Mr. Villiers, from Wokingham, Manchester, and Grudthorp, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws; and from Wolverhampton, against the introduction of any Clause in the Public Houses Bill to Compel Public Houses in the country to Close from 12 o'clock on Saturday night till 1 o'clock on Sunday morning.—From Trustees and Creditors of the Bridgewater Turnpike Roads, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—From the Poor-law Union of the Isle of Thanet, to Rate the Owners of Small Tenements.