HC Deb 09 May 1843 vol 69 cc22-3

BILLS Public.—3°. Queen's Beach Office.

Private.—2° Bardney etc., Drainage.

Reported.—Paisley Municipal Affairs; Betlinal-green Improvement.—Faversham Navigation; Lagan Navigation. Northampton and Peterborough Railway.

3°. and passed: — Berwick-upon-Tweed Corporation; Anderton Carrying Company.

PETITIONS PRESENTED By Lord Marsham, and Mr. Astell, from Binstead, and other places, against the Canada Corn Bill—By Mr. Miles, from Bisliport, Bath, and Bedminster, for Church Extension.—By Mr. Ferrand, from yorkshire, against the Truck System,—By Messrs, G. W. Wood. Greene, Strutt, R. Yorke, Standish, H. Berkeley, Brotherton, Christie, B. Smith, Cobden, Williams, Gisborne, Heathcoate, Leader, Morrison, Aldam, Morris, Oswald, Scott, Hollond, E. Bullcr, Bowes, Hawes, Ricardo, T. Duncombe, Hume, M. Philips, Ewart, Towneley, W. Ellis, and Matheson, Dr. Bowring, Sir C. Napier, Lord Dalmeny, Sir G. Strickland, Lord Palmerston, Colonel Anson, Lord John Russell, Captain Pechell, Sir L. Hay, Lord J. Stuart, Lord H. Vane, Sir J. Guest, Captain Bernal, and Messrs. B. Wood, Hindley, Aglionby, S. Crawford, Hastie, Cowper, M. Gibson, and Villiers, from an enormous number of places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of all Corn and Provision Laws.—By Messrs. Hindley, Bowes, B. Smith, Tancred, and Scott, Lords Dalmeny, and Duncan, and Dr. Bowring, from an immense number of places, against the Factories Bill; from Deighton, and Stainland, in favour of the same; and from Dewsbury, Bradley and Clifton, for further limiting the Hours of Labour.—From Calton, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws and Property Tax.—From Sheffield, and Kingston-upon-Hull, against the conduct of the Magistrates during the late Disturbances.— From Frioekheim, Carmyllie, and Knaresborough, against Machinery.—From Liverpool, and James Oakes Bridge, against the Players of Interludes Bill.—From St, Asaph, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—From Hastings, against the Income-tax.—From Alnwick, for Reducing the Duty upon Sugar and Coffee.— From Banff, for Repeal of Laws affecting the Importation of Com and Sugar.—From Great and Little Yeldham, for Inquiry into the Affairs of Maynooth College.—From Chairman of Meeting at Sheffield, for Inquiry into the Trial of William Jones for Sedition.