HC Deb 28 June 1842 vol 64 c700

BILLS. Public.—1a Prisons.

Committed.—Stock in Trade; Districts Courts and Prisons Committed and Reported—Bribety at Elections (No. 2.) Reported.—New South Wales,

3a and passed:—Customs' Acts (The Tariff); British Possessions Abroad; Municipal Corporations (Ireland).

Private.—la Cambuslang and Muirkirk Roads (No. 2). 3° and passed:—Lesbazeille's Naturalization; Rouma's Naturalization; Duke of Argyll's Estate; Reading Cemetery.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Holywell, West Derby and Pocklington Unions, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. Round, from Dunmow Union, for the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. Shaw, from Fermagh, Templeshanbo, and East Schull, for Alteration of the Present System of Education (Ireland).—From Healaugh, against the Dissolution of Gilbert Unions.—From Several Individuals, for the Substitution of Affirmations for Oaths.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Liverpool, for the Discontiduance of the Wars In China and Affghanistan.—From Featherstone, Great Whitley, Huddersfield, Cawthorn, and Barnsley, against the Mines and Collieries Bill.—By Mr. Colville, from Matlock, for Inquiry into the System of Education pursued at Maynooth College.—From Taunton for the Selection of a Packet Station at some point on the Bristol Channel, for the Conveyance of Letters and Passengers to and from South Wales and the South of Ireland.—From Mevagissey, for Abolition of the Tithe of Fish.—From Grocers in Ireland, to repeal the Act which prohibits Grocers from Selling Spirits.—From the Bakers of Belfast, for an Act to Regulate their Working Hours.—From the Coalmines of Garthshang, and the Inhabitants of Holytown, for Alteration of the Mode of Weighing their Work—From J. H. Scudamore, to abolish the Tithe Commutation Act.