HC Deb 23 March 1842 vol 61 c1110

BILLS. Public*—3° and passed:—Public Works; Spirit Duties (Ireland). Reported.—Copyright.

Private.—1°. Bletchley Road; Stourbridge Roads; Dundalk and Bannbridge Road London and Greenwich Railway (No. 3); Lough Foyle (Upper Level) Drainage; Lough Foyle (Lower Level) Drainage; Warkworth Harbour; Belfast and Cavehill Railway (Road and Shipping Plan); Ely Place Improvement; Clerkenwell Improvement; Lincoln Roads; Burntisland and Granton Pier, Ferry, and Road; Leeds Improvement; Glasgow Police (No. 3); Barnsley Small Debts. 2° Glasgow Police (No. 2); Kilmington Inclosure. 3°. and passed:—Nottingham Gas.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Ord, Mr. Hutt, and Sir Howard Douglas, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hull, and St. George's Steam Packet Company, against any Additional Duty on Exported Coal.—By Mr. Corry, from Ardstraw, Strabane, Donagheady, and other places, for, the Marriages (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Wakley, from the Cork Cutters of Edinburgh, and Leith, against the Reduction of the Protective Duty on Cork.—By Mr. Shaw, from places in the county of Cork, against the System of National Education.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from St. Bride's, for the Extension of the Suffrage to all who are directly Taxed.—By Dr. Bowring, Mr. Johnstone, Mr. Gibson Craig, and Mr. Wakley, from Rothesay, Cheshire, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Rutlandshire, Swansea, and from the Blacksmiths of Bloomsbury, for a Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Sir Howard Douglas, from Coffee-dealers, against the Proposed Alteration of the Duty on Coffee* —By Mr. Gibson Craig, from Swansea, for Vote by Bal lot.-—By Lord Sandon, from the Liverpool Literary and, Scientific Institution, from Hastings, and St. Leonard's, that Literary Institutions may be Exempted from Taxes. —By an hon. Member, from Liverpool, for the Equalization of all Materials used in Ship Building.—From Fouah, Mayo, Monaghan, and Cavan, for Encouraging the Importation of Grain in preference to Flour.—From Edinburgh, against the Buildings Regulation (No. 2).?—From Burton-upon-Trent, to prevent Brewers Casks being Distrained for Rent.—From the Archdeacon of Norwich, for the Abolition of Church-rates.—From W. Newall, for applying the Industry of the Unemployed to the Scientific Culture of the Land.—From A. S. Braden, for Limiting the Duration of Parliamentary Speeches.— From J. Thin, for Inquiry into the Practice of the Court of Session (Scotland).—From Oxford, against Reduction of the Duties on the Importation of Leather.—From the Glasgow Emigration Society, for a Free Passage for Emigrants.—From W. Blaxland, for Abolition of Tithes. —From Clergy in the West Riding of Yorkshire, for Repeal of the Act uniting the Dioceses of St. Asaph and Bangor. —From Kilfera, and Killard, for Encouragement of Irish Fisheries.—From Smithborough, for Abolition of Lay Patronage (Scotland).

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