HC Deb 02 June 1843 vol 69 c1237

BILLS. Public.—1o. Commons Inclosure.

2o.Assessed Taxes; Carafe, etc. Wheat Importation.

Reported.—Church Endowment; Admiralty Lands; Copyhold and Customary Tenure.

Private.—1o. Drumpeller Railway.

Reported. — Paisley Municipal Affairs; Bolton Water Works; Beaumont Reservoir; Hull Water Works; Kendall's Divorce; Great Bromley Inclosure; Glasgow Police; Leighton Bussard Inclosure.

3o and passed: — Chalgrove Inclosure; Ballochney Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Lord John Russell, Mr. Cobden, and Sir John Easthope, from Leicester and other plans, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of all Corn and Provision Laws,—By Messrs. Drag, B. Wood. Aglionby, F. Baring, Ward, G. Berkeley, Scholefield, J. H. Langston, Hayter, Cobden, Rieardo, Hindley, Labouehere, T. Duncombe, Ewart, C. Villiers, and P. Howard, Dr. Bowring, Lords J. Russell, and H. Vane, Sirs J. Easthope, R. Philipps, and G. Staunton, from a great number of places, against, and by Lord Dungannon, Lord Clive, and Sir R. H. Inglis, from nine places in favour of, the Factories Bill.—By Messrs. Bankes, Drax, Miles, and Stuart Wortley, from the county of Norfolk, and eleven other places, against the Canada Corn Bill.— By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Sheffield, against the Irish Arms Bill; and from other places, for the Release of Cooper and other Chartists.—By Captain Pechell, from Brighton, to the same effect—From Cambridge, and the Isle of Ely, against the Bankruptcy Act,—From Kingston-upon-Hull, and other places, against the County Courts Bill.—From Chamber of Commerce at Kingston-upon-Hull, Birmingham, Liverpool, and other places, in favour of Rowland Hill's Plan of Post-office Improvement. —From Kendal, for Abolishing the Duty on Wool.— From Manchester, in fevour of Scientific Societies Bill. —From Susanna Bearcroft and others, against Imprisonment for Debt—From Charles Rolley, against the Law of Primogeniture.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Kilkenny, Trim, Doneraile, and Ballynamora, against the Irish Poor-laws.—From Linlithgow, for the better payment of Schoolmasters in Scotland.