HC Deb 10 May 1842 vol 63 cc333-4

MINUTES.] BILLS. Public.—1°. Sudbury Disfranchisement.

3.°and passed:—Ecclesiastical Residences.

Private.—1°. Medburn Inclosure (No. 2).

2.°Indemnity; Mutual Marine Insurance (No. 2); Farmers and Gardeners Hailstoun Insurance Company.

Reported.— Forth and Clyde Navigation; Holywell Roads; Yarmouth and Norwich Railway; Warwick and Leamington Union Railway.

3°. and passed:—Ferry-bridge and Borough-bridge Road; Fierville's Naturalization; Warkworth Harbour; Benecke's Naturalization.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Colonel Sibthorp, Mr. Muntz, and Mr. S. Wortley, from Longwood, Linthwaite, and the West Riding of York, for Limiting the Labour of those employed in Factories.—By Mr. Ferrand, from Lees in Lancashire, against the Truck System.—From Bristol, for an Alteration of the method of Levying the Tax on Railroads.—By Mr. Cumming Bruce, and Captain Pechell, from Inverary, Sussex, and other places, against the Importation of Foreign Cattle.—By Mr. Hume, from Ratepayers in the vicinity of Loudon, that Public Walks and Open Grounds may be Established on the South side of the River.—By Mr. Wilson Patten, from Lancashire, against the Turnpike Road Bill.—By-Sir H. Douglas, from Liverpool, for an Inquiry in; to the System of Education at Maynooth College.—By Captain Pechell, from Chichester, and Worthing, for a greater amount of Protection to the Agriculturists, and against the Reduction of the Duty on Seeds.-—By Mr. Hawes, from London, against the Reduction of the Duty on Foreign Boots and Shoes.—From Lewes, against the Income-tax being extended to Literary and Scientific Institutions.—By an hon. Member, from Lewes, for the Exemption of places applied to the purposes of Education from the Window-tax.—By an hon. Member, from Newington, for the Abolition of the Toll on the Metropolitan Bridges.'—From Wiston, for Alteration of the Poor-law Amendment Act.—From Kingsbridge, Bristol, Launceston, and Surrey, against the Property TaxBilL—From Bristol, for the Exportation of Foreign Corn in Bond.— From Nithsdale, against Alteration of the Duty on Oats and Barley, and on Animal Food.—From Cork, and Brickfield, against the Fisheries (Ireland) Bill,—From Scarborough, Newark, Bromsgrove, and other places, for Equality of Civil Rights for Roman Catholics.—From Cornholme, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—From R. Redfern, for Repeal or Reduction of the Duty on Phosphorus.—From Castlenahan, for Alteration of the present System of Education (Ireland)—From the Isle of Portland, for Protection against the Importation of Stone.— From Londonderry, for Alteration of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Act.— From Scarborough, against Alteration of the Timber Duties.— From Waterford, and Kilokennedy, for Universal Suffrage. — From Waterford, Ballyglass, and Ratoo, for Repeal of the Union (Ireland).—From Waterford, for Abolition of the Ministers' Money (Ireland)—From Cork, for Alteration of the Grand Jury Presentments (Cork)—From Canada, and Montreal, for Remission of Duties on Provisions.'—From Timber Dealers of London, against the proposed plan of Admeasurement.