HC Deb 04 April 1843 vol 68 cc361-2

NEW WRIT. For Suffolk (Eastern Division), in the room of Sir Charles Broke Vere, deceased.

BILLS. Public.—1°Testimony in the Colonies; Sudbury Witnesses Indemnity.

.Sudbury Witnesses Indemnity.

Private.—1°. Banbridge Road; St. James's (Westminster) Improvement,

. Sutherland Roads; Saltcoats Harbour.

Reported.—London and Brighton Railway; Northampton and Peterborough Railway; Hungerford and Lambeth Suspension Foot Bridget Northern and Eastern Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Becket, from Leeds, and London, against the Opium Trade.—-By the Earl of March, from Yapton, Clapham, Patching, and Angmering, against the Halt Tax.—-By Sir R. H. Inglis, and Lord Clive, from Derby, Cricklade, Salisbury, Grantham, Donington, Ellesmere, Salop, and Whitchurch, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Mr. J. Neeld, from Cricklade, for Church Extension.—By Messrs. Labouchere, and Hume, from Samuel Baker, and Montrose, for inquiry into the Merchant Seamen's Fund.—By Lord Wesley, from Holbeach), for the of the Income-tax.—By Messrs. Labouchere, and V. Smith, from Torquay, Taunton, Glasgow, and Wellingborough, against portions of the American Treaty—By Messrs. Busfeild, P. Scrope, Strutt, Brotherton, Ricarde, Labouchere, Stansfield, Hindley, Oldham, S. Wortley, Hume, Hawes, T. Duncombe, and M. Philips, and Lords C. Fitzroy, and Duncan, from a very great number of places, against the Factories Bill.—By Sir R. Inglis, from Macclesfield, by Mr. Whitmorc, and Lord Jermyn, from Bury St. Edmunds, against the Ecclesiastical. Courts Bill; and by Mr. Walker, from Bury, and Mr. Grimsditch, from Huddersfield, Sir G. Grey, from a Law Society, and General Lygon, from Pershore, to the same effect.—By Mr. Colville, from Brailsford, Eglwyswrw, Meline, and Whitechurch, against any farther Grant to Maynooth College.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, and Dr. Bowring, from a number of places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn and Provision Laws.—By Lord R. Grosvenor, and Mr. Hume, from Edmonstone, and Thankerton Colliery, against the Mines and Collieries Act.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Dublin, Cambridge, and Kendal, for the five points of the Charter.—By Mr. Hume, from Stourbridge, Leeds, and Montrose, praying for relief in great Distress.—By Lord Ashleigh, from Leeds, and several Missionary Societies, against the Opium Trade.—From Weymouth, Melcombe Regis, and Winchester, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—From From Templeshannon, and Enniscorthy, for settling the Hours of Labour for Bakers.—From Cricklade, for Altering the Parochial Assessments Act—From Hastings, and Llandovery, against the Registration of Births ActFrom East Budleigh, for Altering the Poor-law Amendment Act.—From Ilfracombe, for Abolishing Compulsory Apprenticeship.