HC Deb 22 June 1842 vol 64 c422

BILLS. Public—1°.Charitable Pawn Office! (Ireland).

Committed.—Drainage (Ireland).

Reported.—Designs Copyright; Rivers (Ireland); Dean Forest Ecclesiastical Districts.

Private.—1°. Vere's Divorce; Coward's Divorce; Pater-son's Estate; Davidson's Estate.

2° Brewood School Estate; Manner's Estate.

Reported.—Reading Cemetery; Bathurst Estate.

3°. and passed:—Leicester Small Debts.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. S. Crawford, Mr. Hume, Mr. Ferrand, Mr. Thorneley, Mr. M. Phillips, Mr. Protheroe, Mr. Stuart Wortley, and Mr. Brotherton, from Haigh Moor Colliery, Farnley Tyas, Flockton, Wakefield, Andrew Hill Colliery, Bradford, Briggs, Morton, Thurstonland, and several other places, against the Mines and Collieries Bill.—From Coat Bridge, and Barnsley (three petitions), in favour of the Mines and Collieries Bill.—From Limerick, for a fair and equal Taxation of all parts of the Borough according to the Valuation of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Act.—From Basford Union, for Alteration of the Poor-law Amendment Bill; and from Bristol, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. Hume, from Paisley, for Inquiry into Distress.—By Mr. Hume, from the House of Assembly of Prince Edward's Island, for measures settling the Rights of Land in that Island.—From Framlingham, for Rating Owners of Small Tenements in lieu of the Occupiers.—From the Hundreds of Tunstead, Walsham, West Flegg, Clavering, South Epingham. Blofield, and Happing, for Inquiry into the System of Education pursued at Maynooth College.—From New Buckenham, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—From the Attornies in the County of Oxford, for the Repeat of the Duty on their Certifi-eates.—From William Roberts, for Inquiry into the Working of the Anatomy Act—From Michael Drury, to Address her Majesty to Dismiss Lord Lyndhurst from the office of Lord Chancellor.—From Miners of Coat Bridge, to Alter the Mode of Weighing their Work.—From the Corporation of Limerick, to render valid the Election of the Mayor under the Municipal Corporations Act—By Mr. Redington, from Proprietors of Land on the Lake and River Corrib, against the Rivers (Ireland) Bill.