HC Deb 08 March 1843 vol 67 cc424-5

NEW WRIT.—For Tavistock, in the room of John Rundle, Esq., Steward of the Chiltern Hundreds.

BILLS. Public—2°. Dogs.

3°. House of Lords Oaths; Punishment of Death.

Private.—1°. Brighton and Hove Gas; Imperial Continental Gas; Temperance Friendly Society; Samwell's name; Faversham Navigation; Grafton Inclosure; Neath Harbour; Sheffield, Ashton-under-Lyne and Manchester Railway; London and Brighton Railway; Bourn Drainage,

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Hutt, from Emma Sophia Gepp, in favour of the Foreigners' Naturalization Bill.—By Mr. Masterman, from Merchants and others, for Erecting Permanent Lighthouses in the English Channel—By Mr. Villiers and Mr. Busfeild, from Sabden, Wisnell, Cleckheaton. Stewarton, Preston, Arbroath, Forfar, Waterfoot, and Rossendale, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn and Provision Laws..—By the Earl of March, from Estergate, Felpham, and Arundel, for the Repeal of the Malt-tax.—By Mr. Bernal, from London, Weymouth, and Tavistock, against the injurious effects of Lord Ellenborough's Proclamation.— By Lord John Manners and Lord Henniker, from EastAndover, St. James's (Westminster), the Dean and Chapter of Westminster, and from the Rev. John Jordan, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.— By Mr. Walter, from Thatcham, and Shefford, for the Repeal of the Income-tax.—By Lord Ashley, from Osset-cum- Gawthorpe, Kilmarnock, Morley, Thornhill Edge, Kirkheaton, Almondbury, Thornhill, Barnsley, Flockton Dewsbury, Birstall, Huddersfield, Polkumnet Colliery, Halifax and Leeds, against the Repeal of the Mines and Collieries Act.—By Mr. E. Ellice from Coventry, for Amending the Bankruptcy Laws.—From Romsey in favour of the Dogs Bill.—From Bridgewater, Crewkerne, and Shrivenham, for Church Extension.—From Strabane, for for Regulating the working hours of Bakers in Ireland.— From Innoshannon, against the the Medical Charities (Ireland) Bill.—From Norwich, Carmarthen and Winchester, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill From Hereford, Neath, and several Anti-Slavery Societies, against Parts of the American Treaty.—From Edward Wesley, for ensuring Efficient Pilots From James Steward for constructing a Harbour of Refuge at Dover—From Monaghan, for Amendment of Poor-law (Ireland).—From Bognor, for Extension of Metropolitan Police Act.—From Finchingfield and Stambourne, for Enquiry into Maynooth College.