HC Deb 21 March 1843 vol 67 c1152

NEW WRIT. For Athlone, in the room of Daniel Henry Ferrall, whose Election had been declared void.

BILLS. Public,—1°. Municipal Corporations.

Reported.—Consolidated Fund; Coast of Africa.

3°. and passed:—Mutiny; Marine Mutiny.

Private.—1°. Chalgrove Inclosure; Anderston Improvement and Police; Stratford and Thames Junction Railway; British Watch and Clock Making Company; Ballochney Railway.

2°. Milne's Free School Yarmouth and Norwich Railway and Drainage; Leighton Bussard Inclosure.

3°. and passed:—Hull and Selby Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. Brotherton, Ewart, and Cobden, from Beaminster, Billington, Liverpool, Langholm, New Lanark, Sabden, Darlington, Greenwich, Trowbridge, Burnley, Highhouses, and Slateford, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of all Corn and Provision Laws.—By Mr. Milner Gibson, from Manchester, against the Factories Act.—By Mr. F. French, from from Roscommon, Elphin, and Carlow, in favour of the Medical Charities (Ireland) Bill By Mr. M. Phillips, and Mr. S. Crawford, from Strabane, Donaghmoyne, Nenagh, and Limerick, for Amending the Irish Poorlaw.—By Sir H. Douglas, from St. John's, for Amending the Law relating to Oil.—By Sir R. H. Inglis, from Llanfaes, Penmon, and St. Bees, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor; also from Leigh, Horncastle, and Barton, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill—From Tenterden, for the Repeal of the Malt Tax.— From Epsom, for Rating the Owners of Small Tenements instead of the Occupiers.—From Manchester, against the Factories Bill.—From Lincoln, for Allowance of the Wine Duties on Stock in Hand From the Trustees of the Turnpike Road between Hulme and Eccles, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—From Ilfracombe, against the Income Tax.—From Borrowstounness, for preventing Collision between the Civil and Ecclesiastical Courts.—From Donohill, for Repeal of the Law regarding Land lord and Tenant.—From Aldbrough, for Repeal of the Roman Catholic Relief Act.—From Hitchen, against the Government Scheme of Emigration from Africa to the West Indies From Poslingford, Denston, [and Aid- borough, against the Grant to Maynooth College.—From Stephen Dickson Brazill, complaining of Grand Jury Assessment (Limeriek).—From Whithaven, against Lord Ellenborough's Proclamation.