HC Deb 24 March 1843 vol 67 c1411

BILLS. Public—2°. Factories; Slave Trade Abolition (Bolivia); Slave Trade Abolition (Uruguay); Slave Trade Suppression (Texas).

Reported.—Turnpike Roads.

3°. and passed:—Dogs; Indemnity.

Private.—1°. Argyleshire Roads; Belfast Harbour; Leamington Priors Improvement and Market; Spalding and Deeping Roads; Lough Foyle Drainage; Lagan Navigation; Aerial Transit Company; Clerkenwell Improvement; Players of Interludes; Patent Wood Cutting Company; Great North of England Railway.

2°. Earl of Leicester's Estate; Birmingham and Gloucester Railway; Great Bromley Inclosurc; Norland Estate Improvement; Charlwood Inclosure.

Reported.—Grafton Inclosure; Chepstow Water; Sheffield, Ashton—under—Lyne, and Manchester Railway; Imperial Continental Gas; Berkot and Oxford Navigation; Lady Fleetwood's Naturalization; Samwell's Name; Bolton Gas; Ipswich Docks.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. Tancred, Strutt, G. Knight, Scott, F. Baring, G. W. Wood, Aldam, Cobden, C. Wood, H. Lambton, M. Gibson, Stansfield, Ewart, Hindley, and Lord John Russell, from Milsted, Banbury (two), Wareham, Derby (three), Radford Union, Ilfracombe (two), Kendal (two), Chairman of the Newcastle and Gateshead Religious Freedom Society, York, Manchester (five), Portsmouth, Halifax (eleven), Westmor, land, Stockport, Chairman of the Committee of the Protestant Society for the Protection of Religious Liberty, Huddersfield (eight), Walsall (two), Pen y-bryn, Llangollen, Diss, Glan-yr-avon Llangollen, Lindley (two); Leeds, Chairman of the Wesleyan Committee, Norwich (two), Leek (three), Stoke Holy Cross, West Bromwich (four), Gloucester, Great Bridge, Protestant Dissenters of the three denominations, Presbyterian, Independent, and Baptist, in and within twelve miles of London, Lowestoft, Secretary of the Baptist Union, Officers and Members of the Committee of the Sunday School Union, Chairman of a Meeting of Protestant Dissenters of Liverpool, and Sittingbourne, against the Educational Clauses of the Factory Bill.—By Lord Ashley, from Lancashire, for Introduction of a Labour—limiting clause in the Factories Bill.—By Sir J. Walsh, from Radnor, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—By Mr. Cowper, from Ware, against the Income-tax.—By Mr. Brotherton, and Mr. Philips, from Manchester, Great Yarmouth, Jedburgh, Ancrum, Clerkenwell, and Padiham, (24), for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Cornlaws.—By Mr. Strutt, from Derby, against the Health of Towns Bill.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Drom, Borrisokane, Loughmore, Newport, Lower Ormond, Knockavilla, and Doneskeigh, for Altering the Law relating to Landlord and Tenant in Ireland.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Individuals in the Manufacturing Districts, complaining of the Conduct of the Magistracy during the late Disturbances.—From Sutton Coldfield, in favour of the Dogs Bill.—From Maldon, against portions of the American Treaty.—From Wigan, for the Better Observance of the Lord's Day, and for Extending portions of the Metropolitan Police Act to Country Districts.—From Dover, for Rating Owners instead of Occupiers of Small Tenements.—From Henfynyn, Stoke, Dyffryn Clwyd, Framland, and East Goscote, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—From Chichester, to exempt Literary, &c. Institutions, from Rates and Taxes.