HC Deb 14 July 1843 vol 70 c1189

MINUTES.] BELLS. Public-1° Arches and Prerogative Courts (Canterbury).—Mandamus Appeals—Warrants of Attorney.

2° Designs Copyright; Holyrood Park.

Reported.— Appeals, etc., Privy Council: Metropolitan Buildings; Cathedral Churches (Wales); Dundee Harbour.

Private.—2° Earl of Gainsborough's Estate.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Lord Henniker, from Framlingham, and by Mr. T. Duncombe, from Middlesbrough, in favour of the County Courts

Viscount Bernard, from Bantry in favour of the Irish Arms Bill, against the Repeal of the Union, and for Inquiry.—By Mr. Maakinnon, from St. Paul's Covent Garden, in favour of the Health of Towns Bill.—By Mr T. Duncombe, from Burnley, for a Remission of the Sentence on the Chartists in Kirkdale Gao.— From Hatfield, against Forged Petitions for the Repeal of the Corn-Laws; and for Inquiry into thcm.—From Wigan, against the Amendments made in Committee on the Coroners BilL—From Carragaline, in favour of the Schools connected with the Church Education Society.—From Carlow, for Inquiry into the Accidents occurring in Limekilns (Ireland).—From Oldham, for a Tax on Wood sawn by Saw Mills. —From St. George's in the East, against the Factories Bill.—Brom Marylebone, for Inquiry into the Working of the Anatomy Act.—From Bridgtown, for Mitigating the Treatment of T. Cooper and others.—From an Association of Merchants and Warehousemen of London, for Amending the Act relating to Warrants of Attorney.