HC Deb 14 June 1843 vol 69 c1523

MINUTES.] BILL. Public.— Sugar Duties; Commons lnclosure (No. 2).

2a. Salmon Fisheries; Coroners.

Committed.—Pound-Breach and Rescue.

Reported.—Copyhold and Customary Tenure.

Private.Reported—Eglwysrhos, etc. lnclosure; Watson's Divorce; Rosa and Cromarty Jurisdiction.

3°. and passed:—Mildenhall Drainage; Topsham Improvement.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Villiers, from Brentford, and Rotherhithe, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn-Laws.—By Lord Bernard, from Bandon and other places, against Repeal, and against the National System of Education.—By Mr. Bowes, from Stourbridge, for Carrying out Rowland Hill's plan of Post-office Reform.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Gainsborough, Glasgow, and Manchester, for the Liberation of Chartist Prisoners.—By Messrs. Villiers, Hindley, Thornely, W. Ellis, Evans, Hume, Bowes, Langston, Forster, and Scholefield, Philips, Greene, Ord, Egerton, Busfeild, Clive, G. Knight, Gaskell, S. Crawford, Williams, W. Cowper, Blewitt, Ross.M, Gibson, P. Howard, E. Buller and J. A. Roebuck, the Lord Mayor of London, Lord H. Vane, Sir C. Lemon, Colonel G. Langton, Dr. Bowring, and Lord Duncan, from an immense number of places against, and by Lord Dungannon and Mr. Henley, from three places, in favour of the Factories Bill.—By Lord Mahon, Sir G. Strickland, Messrs. Miles, M. Gibson, and Villiers, from a number of Individuals and places in favour of, and by Mr. Egerton, from one place, against the Coroner's Bill. —From the Mortgagees and Trustees of several Roads, against the Turnpike Roads Bill—From several places, for Encouraging the Schools in Connexion with the Church Education Society.—From Mansfield, Stockton, Preston, Bath, and Plymouth, in favour of the Scientific Societies Bill.—From the Bakers of Dundalk, for Regulating their Hours of Labour.—From Dovor, for Altering the Health of Towns Bill▀×From the Oxfordshire Law Society, against the County Courts Bill—From Leicester, in favour of, and from Bandon against, the Repeal of the Union.—From Cork, against the Grand Jury Presentment Bill.—From Kilcoe and Aghadown, against the Irish Poor-Law.—From James Gillespie for Inquiry into the Moral Training System pursued at the Naval School of Greenwich Hospital.