HC Deb 16 March 1842 vol 61 cc658-9

MINUTES.] BILLS. Public.—1o. Public Houses. 2o Designs Copyright;

Private.—2o.Saundersfoot Railway; Saundersfoot Harbour; Liverpool Paving and Sewerage.

3o. and passed:—Bristol Boundary; Stalybridge Gas,

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Colonel Rawdon, Mr. Aglionby, Mr. Cobden, Dr. Bowring, Mr. Villiers, and Mr. T. Duncombe, from Belfast, Safford, Westbury, Greenock, Haddington, St. Clement's Danes, Lancashire, and other places, for a Repeal of the Corn-laws.—From G. Warr, for Compensation to Corn Inspectors.—By Mr. O'Connell, from Cork, shewing that Cork was the Best Packet Station between the South of England and Ireland; and from Farmers in the county of Meath, in favour of the Importation of Foreign Cattle.—By Mr. J. O'Brien, from Limerick, for Amendment of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Act.—By Colonel Rawdon, from Mil-town, and Down, for the Marriages (Ireland) Bill.— By Mr. Brotherton, from Salford, against the Railway Bill.— From the Manchester, Bury, and Bolton Canal and Railway Company, for Alteration of the mode of Charging Duty on Passengers on Railways.—By Mr. Beckett, from Leeds, for Exemption from the Operation of the Borough Improvement Bill.—By Mr. A. Smith, from the Anti-Slavery Society at Hitchin, against the Importation of Hill Coolies to the Mauritius. —By Mr. Shaw, from Rathcormac (County Cork), against the National System of Education in Ireland.—By Mr. Colville, from the Clergy of Derby, for the Equal Rating of Ecclesiastical and Secular Property.—By Mr. C. Baldwin, from several Millers, against the proposed Duty on Foreign Flour.—By Mr. Reade, from Kilkenny, in favour of the Importation of Grain instead of Meal and Flour. —By an hon. Member, from Cordwainer Ward, for Redemption of the Tolls on Waterloo Bridge.—From Wick, for Universel Suffrage.—From the Corporation of Southampton, in favour of County Courts.— From Stratford-upon-Avon, and Nottingham, for Alteration of the Poor-laws,—From Clonolney, for Abolition of the Duty on Foreign Beef.—From Authors, Booksellers, and others, in favour of the Copyright Bill.