HC Deb 26 May 1842 vol 63 cc813-4

MINUTES.] BILLS. Public.—1°. Newfoundland; New South Wales.

2°. Witnesses Indemnity.

Private.—1°. Gair's Naturalization.

2°. Tay Ferries.

Reported.— Market Harborough and Brampton Road; Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal (No. 2); Boston Harbour (No. 3); Toxteth Park Paving, and Sewerage; Dundalk and Bannbridge Road; Cambuslang and Muirkirk Roads; Glegg's Divorce.

3°. and passed:—Tyne Fisheries; Holywell Roads.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. O'Connell, from Roman Catholics of Stafford, and Coventry, for Equality of Civil Rights.—By Mr. Gill, and Lord Howick, from Devonport, Plymouth, and Sunderland, against Reduction of the Duty on Foreign Rope and Cordage.—By Mr. O'Connell, from Dublin, for Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. Walker, from Attornies at Bury, for the Repeal of the Duty on their Certificates By Mr. Makinnon, from British Residents at Bruges, and other parts of Belgium, for placing the Postage and Communication on the same footing as that of France.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Sudbury, and Ballingdon, for a measure to prevent Bribery, Coercion, and Intimidation at the Elections for that Borough.—By Mr. Plumptre, from Malpas, Islington, Renfieid, Calton, Leamington, Watton, Gorbals, Exton, St. Enock's, St. George's, Banton. Tewkesbury, and other places, for the Prevention of Railway Travelling on the Sabbath; and from Peckham, for the Exclusion of Roman Catholics from Parliament.—From Clonakilty, against the Fisheries (Ireland) Bill; and from Kilmurry, and Carnavee, in favour of the same.—By Mr, Ferrand, from the Keighley, Chorley, Dewsbury, and Hereford Unions, for the Alteration of the Poor-law Amendment Act.—From Clonbroney, Killeevan, and Clones, for Alteration of the present System of Education (Ireland).— From Irvine, against Alteration of the Timber Duties.From South Petherton, Nantwich, Fowey, Marston Trussell, Great Chesterfield, Wigan, Leicester, and other places, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.— From the Bakers of Newry, for the Regulation of their Working Hours.—By Viscount Duncan, from Bath, and Kildare, for measures to prevent Bribery at Elections.— From Plymouth, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill. —By Mr. O'Connell, from St. Helen's (Lancashire), for the Repeal of the Union (Ireland)—From Ayr, against the Reduction of the Duty on Boots, Shoes, and Leather.—From Captain Manby, for consideration of his Plan for saving the Loss of Lives and Property by Shipwreck.—From the Chairman of the Glasgow Church Defence and Anti-Patronage Electoral Association, for the Abolition of Church Patronage (Scotland).—From Chas. Bradley, praying that the present Parliament may be Dissolved, and a new one elected according to the Constitution.—From Richard M'Cormick, for Inquiry into alleged Abuses in the Army.