HC Deb 27 April 1843 vol 68 c1001

BILLS. Public.—1°. Superior Courts; Arms (Ireland).

Private.—2°.Kentish Town Paving.

Reported—St. James's (Westminster) Improvement.

3° and passed:—St. Helen's Waterworks; South Eastern and London and Croydon Railways.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. A. Chapman, Trelawney, Busfeild, Divett, Pritchard, Farnham, Evans, Broadley, Ward, H. Berkeley, Scholefield, Davis, R. Trevor, E. Smith, Christopher, Ord, Barnard, Becket, Ainsworth, H. Hinde, R. Yorke, Cavendish, Hardy, and Brotherton, Sir H. Hardinge, Dr. Bowring, Sir G. Staunton, Captain Rous, Lord Norreys, the Attorney-General, Lord Alford, Colonel Fox, Lord Sandon, Lord Pollington, Sir G. Strickland, Colonel G. Langton, Lord Arundel, and Captain Plumridge, from an enormous number of places, against the Educational Clauses in the Factories Bill—By Sir R. H. Inglis, from the Clergy of Lancaster, in favour of the Factories Bill with modifications. —By Dr. Bowring, from Blackburn, and twenty other places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of all Corn and Provision Laws.—By Colonel G. Wyndham, from six places in Sussex, against the Importation of Corn at a Low Duty from Canada.—From an Anti-Slavery-Society, against Portions of the American Treaty—From Whitechurch, Meline, and Eglwyswrw, for the Repeal of the Roman Catholic Relief Act—From Lichfield, for Church Extension— From Amphthill, and Howden, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—From a Mercantile Society in London, for carrying out Rowland Hill's Plan of Post-office Improvement.—From Newark, and Festiniog Unions, for the Repeal of the Registaation Act. —From Whitby, against the new Bankruptcy Act—From Worcester, for Medical Reform.—From Torksey-cum-Membris, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—From Lostwithiel, against the Municipal Corporations Bill.