HC Deb 20 June 1842 vol 64 c196

BILLS. Public.—2° Law of Evidence; Writs of Error.


3° and passed:—Justices Jurisdiction.

Private3°. and passed:—Charterhouse Hospital Estate; Deptford Pier.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Bury, for Limiting the Hours of Labour of Young Persons in Factorier.—By Mr. Shaw, from the Clergy of the Diocese of Elphin, complaining of Grievances in regard to their Temporalities, and praying for Relief; and from Elphin, and Tuam, against the present System of Education (Ireland).—From Canterbury, in favour of the New Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. Wakley, and Mr. Liddell, from Heworth, Greenwich, and Deputies from several Congregations of Frotestant Dissenters in and within twelve miles of London, against the Bill.—By Mr. Lytton, from the Farmers of Coleraine, against the Reduction of the Import Duty on Foreign Leather.—From Whitley, Lower Kirkeaton, County of Cork, Dawgreen, and Newton Main Pitts, against the Mines and Collieries Bill.—From Michael Drury, praying for Inquiry into the conduct of Mr. Grove as Police Magistrate.—By Mr. Campbell, from Rothersey, for the Abolition of Church Patronage (Scotland).—By Lord Elliott, from Roscrea, and Dublin, against placing Medical Charities under the Control of the Poor-law Commissioners.—By Mr. Chute, from the County of West meath, for Amendment of the Grand Jury Laws (Ireland). —From Rees Price, for Amendment of the Railway Act.—From Toxteth Park, for Consideration of the Duties of the Lord-Lieutenant and Judges of Ireland in relation to Mayuooth—From Electors of Ipswich, complaining of the Return for that Borough.