HC Deb 10 August 1843 vol 71 cc487-8

ELECTION PETITION.—By Mr. G. A Hamilton, from Durham, against the Election of J. Bright esq.

BILLS. Public.—1o. Exchequer Bills; Consolidated Fund; Sessions of the Peace Dublin.

2o. Militia Pay; Public Notaries; Machinery Exportation; Special Session; Chelsea Hospital Out Pensioners.

Committed.—Municipal Corporations (Ireland); Sudbury Commission; Grand Jury Presentments (Ireland) (No. 3).

Reported.—Holyrood Park; Church of Scotland Benefices.

3o. and passed:—Designs Copyright; Foreign Jurisdiction; Law of Evidence.

Private.—1o. Morgan's Divorce.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Lord John Manners, from Leicester, in favour of the Allotment System.—By Mr. E. B. Roche, from Fermoy Union, against the Irish Poor Law.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from the Pitmen of Durham, and Northumberland, for some measure to prevent Accidents.—By Colonel Acton, from Wexford, against the Repeal of the Union.—By Mr. Shiel, from Dissenters in Pembrokeshire, for a system of Education consistent with religious Liberty.—By Mr. Ward, from the Brazilian Mining Company, from Belfast, and another Association, against the Slave Trade Suppression Bill,—By Mr. Hume, from certain India Stock Proprietors, for Inquiry into the case of the Rajah of Sattara.—By Mr. Bright, from Great Torrington, and Shaftesbury, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn Laws.—And from Alnmurth, for the Abolition of the Church of Ireland.—By Mr. Gregory, from Galway and Tralee, against the Repeaf Agitation.—From Dublin, against the Applotment of Rates (Dublin) Bill.—From Rochdale, for the Removal to the Queen's Bench Prison, of T. Cooper and other Chartists,—From Bantry, for the Better regulation of Irish Fisheries.—From the Charitable Loan Society of Limerick, against the Charitable Loan Fund Bill.—From Kirkwall, against the Factories Bill.—From Fraserburgh, for Amending the Law relative to the Merchant Seamen's Fund.—From the Middlesex Magistrates, against the Prison Discipline Bill.—From Cullen, against the Prisons (Scotland) Bill.—From John Attwood, and Thomas Baker, against the British Iron Company Bill.