HC Deb 11 April 1843 vol 68 cc828-9

ELECTION PETITION.—By Sir T. Fremantle, against the Return for Nottingham.

BILLS. Public—1°. Pound-Breach and Rescue.

Private.—1°. Maidstone Railway; Bury, etc. Navigation; and Llanelly Harbour; Oxnam's Estate.

. Belfast Harbour; St. James's (Westminster) Improvement; Mildenhall Drainage.

Reported.—South Eastern, and London and Croydon Railways; Wexford Harbour; Forth Navigation, Aberdeen Harbour; Schoolmasters Widows' Fund (Scotland): Thames Lastage and Ballastage; Norland Estate.

. and passed:—Bourn Drainage; London and Brighton Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Lords A. Lennox, and F. Egerton, from Chichester, Omskirk, and the Rev, A. Cotton, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—By Sir J. Easthope, Dr. Bowring, and Messrs. Cobden, Brother-ton, and Hindley, from eleven places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. Newdigate, Mr. C. W. Wynn, and Lord Courtenay, from Shiffnal. Exeter, Llandysilio, Llandrinio, and Sutton Coldfield, against the Union of the Sees of St Asaph and Bangor. —By Messrs. Busfield, E. Buller, Barnard, Ricardo, Brotherton, Thornely, Vivian, Hawes, Sturt, T. Duncombe, Roebuck, Cobden, M. Gibson, and H. Lambton, Lord Emlyn, Lord A. Lennox, Sir T. Fremantle, Lord Duncan, Captain Pechell, Dr. Bowring, and Sir J. Easthope, from a great number of persons and places, against the Educational Clauses of the Factories Bill.—By Lord Courtenay, from Kingsbridge, Spilsby, and Alford, against portions of the American Treaty.—By Lord Clive, from Whitchurch, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from an Individual in Leicester Gaol, against Baron Gurney's Infringement of the Trial by Jury Act — From Nairn, for Relief to Schoolmasters in Scotland.—From Birmingham, for Exempting Literary and Scientific Institutions from the Payment of Rates and Taxes.—From Ennis, against the Pawnbroker's Trade (Ireland) Bill.—From Limerick, for Abolishing Minister's Money (Ireland).—From Districts of London to favour of the Health of Towns Bill,—From the Port of London, for Altering the Law relating to the Merchant Seaman's Fund.—From Limerick, for Amending the Irish Corporations Act.— From Taunton, against the Medical Charities (Ireland) Bill.—From Taunton, for Church Extension—From Hartlepool, against the Municipal Corporation Bill.— From English Presbyterians, against the Law relating to Marriage in Scotland.—From Nairn, for Amending the Law regulating the Transfer of Heretable Property in Scotland.