HC Deb 04 March 1842 vol 61 cc41-2

BILLS. Public.—1°. Copyright: Corn Importation; Forged Exchequer Bills.

2°. West India Clergy.

Private.—1°. Holywell Roads; Newgate Gaol (Dublin). 2°. Weston-super-Mare Improvement; Boston Harbour; Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway; Cheltenham and Great Western Union Railway; St. Pancras Improvement; Duke of Bedford's Estate; St. Austell's Market.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Marsland, from Manchester, Mr. Busfeild, from the same place, Lord Duncan, from St. Marylebone, and other places, and other hon. Members, from a considerable nnmber of places, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Sir D. Roche, from Millers of Limerick, and an hon. Member from Millers of Gloucestershire, to Encourage the Importation of Wheat in preference to Flour.—By an hon. Member, from Corn-law Inspectors, for Compensation.—By Mr. F. T. Baring, from Portsmouth, for Permitting Foreign Corn in Bond to be Ground for Exportation.—By Mr. Cavendish, from Youghall, against such Permission.—By Mr. Ainsworth, from Little Bolton, and Lord G. Bentinck, from Lynn, against the Borough Improvements and Buildings Regulations Bills.—By Colonel Conolly, from Letterkenny, for the Abolition of Church Patronage.—By Mr. J. Young, from Bailiborow, and other places (Ireland), for Legalizing certain Marriages by Dissenters.—By an hon. Member, from Haverfordwest, against making Bristol the point of communication with Ireland.—By an hon. Member from Tiverton, for Facilitating the Appointment of Trustees for Charitable Objects.—By Mr. Mitcalfe, from Tynemouth, to Exempt Literary and Scientific Institutions from Taxation.—By Mr. Tennyson D'Eyncourt, from Old and New Kent Roads, for the Redemption of Tolls on the Metropolitan Bridges; and from Lambeth, for a Share in any Grant made for Metropolitan Improvements.—By Mr. Litton, from Aughaulor, for an Alteration of the System of Education (Ireland).—By an hon. Member, from Keiss, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Sir D. Roche, from Limerick, for Amendment of the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act; and from Licensed Victuallers of Limerick, for placing those of Ireland and England on the same footing.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Myton, for an Alteration of the Poor-law.—By Mr. O'Connell, from Warrington, for a Repeal of the Union.—By Sir Charles Douglas, from Liverpool, and Bridgewater, in favour of the Municipal Corporations Bill.—By an hon. Member, from Alnwick, for Reconsideration of the Taxes on Land.