HC Deb 08 May 1843 vol 68 cc1390-1

NEW MEMBER SWORN. —Ambrose Hussey, Esq., for Salisbury.

BILLS. Public.—2½ Millbank Prison.

Reported.—Queen's Bench Offices.

Private.—1½ Kendall's Divorce.

2½ Ross and Cromarty Jurisdiction.

Reported—Portsea Improvement; Liskeard and Caradon Railway; Cliffe-cum-Lund Inclosure; Walton-on-the-Hill Rectory; South Eastern Railway; Bristol and Gloucester Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED By Messrs. A. Johnston, Strutt, S. Crawford, Thorneley, G. W. Wood, Wawn, Trelawney, Busfield, Dennistoun, Wallace, Ricardo, Roebuck, Hume, and Brotherton, Sir G. Strickland, Dr. Bowring, and Lord James Stuart, from an immense number of places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Cora and Provision Laws. —By Messrs. Bodkin, Towneley, Busfield, Dennistoun, A. Campbell, Wallace, Hindley, Dickinson, Parker, Hume, Ricardo, Hayter, and B. Wood, Sirs G. Strickland, B. Hall, and J. Y. Buller, Lord F. Egerton, Lord James Stuart, Lord Worsley, and Sergeant Murphy, from an immense number of places, against the Factories Bill.—From Eltesmere, in favour of the same, and from several places, in favour, with Modifications.—From Ashton-under-Lyne, and Warbro' Common, for Limiting the Hours of Labour in Factories.—By Mr. Tuite, from Armagh, for Inquiry into the Medical Charities Bill; and from Westmeath, Cork, Sligo, and Limerick, for the Repeal of the Irish Poor-law.—By Sir A. Ferguson, from Londonderry, for the same.—By Messrs. Wynn, and O. Stanley, from Anglesey, and Montgomery, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Dr. Bowring, and Sir J. Hanmer, from Boston and Lincoln, for Inquiry into the Bankruptcy Act.—By Mr. Christo pher, front Spilsby, Horncastle, and Winterton, against the Canada Corn Bill.—By Sir H. Douglas, from Liverpool, and James Oakeg Bridge, in favour of the Players of Intrludes Bill.—By Sir R. H. Inglis, from Twyning, for the Repeal of the Roman Catholic Relief Act, against any further Grant to Maynooth College; and also, against any further Grant for National Education.—From Bath for inquiry into the Affairs of Maynooth College.—From Hull, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, for the further carrying out Mr. Rowland Hill's plan for Post Office Re form.—From the Isle of Thanet, against the Beer Act.—From Kirby Lonsdale, Kirten-in-Lindsey, and Glamford Briggs, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—From Horncastle, for the Repeal of the Malt-tax. —From Shaftesbury, for the Repeal of the Income-tax.—From Winchester, and Southampton, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—From Creagh, and Tullow, for Amending the Grand Jury Laws (Ireland).—From Londonderry, for the Suppression of Vagrancy.—From the London Literary and Scientific Institution, for Exemption from Tax ation.—From High and Low Bishopside, and Pateley Bridge, in favour of the Allotment of Land Bill.—From Rochdale, and Manchester, for Amending the County CourtsBill.—From Tendring union, against the Registration of Births, &c., Act