HC Deb 11 March 1842 vol 61 cc418-9

MINUTES.] BILLS. Private.—1°. Ferry Bridge and Bo-rough Bridge Road; Birmingham and Derby Junction Railways Brentford Gas; Indemnity Mutual Marine Assurance Company; Northern Coal Mining Company; Gosport Pier; Wakey Hill Inclosure; Runcorn, Frodsham, and Northwich Small Debts; Toxteth Park Paving and Sewerage; South Metropolitan Gas; Mersey Conservancy; Liverpool Borough Court; Liverpool Improvement; Liverpool Health of the Town and Buildings Regulation; Northern Union (Newcastle and Darlington Junction) Railway; Bristol Floating Dock; Bristol and Gloucester Railway; Greenock Harbours; Thames Haven Dock and Railway; Sheffield, Ashton-under-Lyne, and Manchester Railway; Yate Inclosure; London and Blackwall Railway; Guarantee Society; National Floating Breakwater Company; Buckland Inclosure.

2°. Holywell Roads.

3°. and passed:—Leicester and Ashby-de-la-Zoueh Road; Hinckley Road.

Reported.—Severn Navigation.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Scholefield, Mr. Brotherton, Mr. M. Phillips, Mr. B. Wood, Mr. T. Duncombe, Mr. Cobden, and Mr. Villiers, from Birmingham, Sal-ford, Wimbledon, Manchester, Southwark, St. James's, Clerkenwell, Great Yarmouth, Braintree, Stockport, and other places, for a Repeal of the Corn-laws; from Youg-hall, Guildford, Tipperary, and other places, for the Importation of Grain in preference to Flour; from Kinalea, and other places, against the Corn Importation Bill; from B. Baker, and others, for Compensation to Corn Inspectors; from Ballybacon, &c., against Reduction of Duty on Oats.—By Colonel Rushbrooke, and Mr. Hardy, from Colne, Hepworth, and Clare, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—By Mr. Muntz, from Birmingham, against certain Portions of the Borough Improvements and Buildings Regulations Bills; and from Derby, in favour of said Bills.—By Lord M. Hill, from Bridgewater, and Evesham, against the Importation of Labourers into British India.—By Mr. O'Connell, from Leicester, and other places, for a Repeal of the Legislative Union.—By Dr. Bowring, from the Brewers of Bolton, that Brewers Casks may not be Liable to be Distrained for Rent—By Sir C. Napier, for the Settlement of Portuguese Claims.—By Mr. E. Tennent, from Down, Waterford, and Dromore, in favour of the Marriages (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Gregory, from St Mary's, Dublin, for Alteration of the present System of Education in Ireland.—From Streatham, Epsom, and other places, for the Redemption of Tolls on the Metropolitan Bridges.—From H. Meggison, against the Railway Bill.—From Leamington, for Substituting Affirmations instead of Oaths.