HC Deb 05 May 1843 vol 68 cc1273-4

BILLS Public. . Millbank Prison; Small Debts.

. Poor Relief (Ireland).

Committed—Queen's Bench Offices; Admiralty Lands.

Private 2°, Southampton Cemetery; Argyllshire Roads.

Reported.—Clarence Railway.

3° and passed: Neath Harbour; Glasgow City and Subburban Gas; Milnes' Free School.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the O'Connor Don, and Mr. Grogan, from a great number of places in Ireland, against transferring the Mail Coach Contract to Scotland.—By Messrs. F. Maule, Marsland, Gisborne, Ewart, Turner, G. W. Wood, and M. Gibson, Dr. Bowring, and Sir G. Strickland, from a great number of places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of all Cora and Provision Laws.—By Mr. Ogle, from Northumberland, for the Repeal of the Income Tax.—By Mr. Beckett, from Leeds, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—By Mr. Stuart Wortley, from a number of places for Limiting the Hours of Labour in Factories.—By Mr. Christopher, Mr. S. Wortley, and Mr. Grimsditch, from twenty-six places, in favour of the Factories Bill.—By the Earl of March, Sir G. Grey, Lord Charles Fitzroy, Sir G. Strickland, and Sir G. Staunton, Dr. Bowring, and Messrs. Evans, James, Gisborne, H. Smith, C Berkeley, Matheson, Scholefield, A. Chapman, Williams, Macaulay, Acland, O. Stanley, Beckett, Etwall, G. W. Wood, Pusey, F. Baring, Aldam, O. Duncombe, Watson, S. Wortley, C Buller, Howard, Duncan, Christopher, Villiers, Cowper, Hume, Protheroe, and Thornely, from an enormous number of places, against the Factories Bill.—By Mr. F. Maule from Glasgow, against allowing Students of Medicine to act as Practitioners under the Poor-law Act.—By the Chancellor of the Exchequer, from several places, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Mr. Trench, from a number of places, against the Irish Poor-law.—From Tashinny, against any further Grant to Maynooth College,—From the Yorkshire Literary and Scientific Institution, for Exemption from Taxation.—From Clerkenwell in favour of the Health of Towns Bill.—From a number of places against the Canada Corn Bill.—From the Irish College of Surgeons, and John Cowper, Vice Rector of Glasgow, for Medical Reform.—From Winchester, Hunslet, and Leeds, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—From Birmingham and Stamford, against the Bankruptcy Act.—From Southwark, for Redemption of the Bridge Tolls.—From Liverpool for Equalizing the Duties on Coffee and Cocoa; and against portions of the American Treaty—From Sunderland, for Altering the Law relative to the Payment of Merchant Seamen.—From Belfast, against the Municipal Corporation (Ireland) Bill; and from Londonderry, against one Clause of the Same.—From Buttevant, and Dunmanway, for encouraging the Schools of the Church Education Society (Ireland)—From Greenwich, against the Admiralty Lands Bill.—From Nottingham, for Reducing the Duties on East India Produce.—From Hunmanby, for facilitating the Recovery of Small Debts.