HC Deb 22 May 1843 vol 69 cc686-7

BILLS. Private—2° Balfour' Estate.

Reported.—Southampton Docks; Caswall's Disability Removal; Kentish Town Paving; Glasgow Marine Insurance Company; Oxnam's Estate; Sowerby and Soyland Inclosure; Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal; Borrowstounness Harbour and Improvement.

3à and passed:—Kaddenham Inclosure; Piel Pier; Belfast Harbour.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. Trelawny, Mitcalfe, W. James, Brotherton, Busfeild, Tancred, R. Yorke, B. Smith, H. Hinde, Ord, Standish, E. Turner, Blewitt, Strutt, R. Currie, Barnard, Vivian, Scholefield, H. Berkeley, Dundas, Duncan, Sotheron, R. Hollond, M. Philips, Philpotts, V. Smith, H. Lambton, Round, S. Wortley, P. Scrope, Bernal, Hutt, Stanfield, Hume, Pendarves, T. Duncombe, and Ewart, the Earl of Arundel, Sits G. Strickland, H. Fleetwood, R. Lopez, J. Duke, J. Hanmer, R. H. Inglis, and W. Clay, Colonels G. Langton, Fox, and Rushbrooke, Lords J, Manners, M. Hill, Ebrington, Viscount Duncan, and Dr. Bowring, from an immense number of places, against the Factories Bill; and by Mr. Dickinson, from places in Devonshire, in favour of the same.—By Mr. Broadwood, from Bridge-water, and Leominster, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—By Messrs. Long, Round, and Turner, and Colonels Rushbrooke, and Sibthorp, from a number of places, against the Canada Corn Bill. — From Sligo, against the Repeal of the Union. — By Sir J. Hanmer, from Hull, for carrying out R. Hill's Plan of Post-Office Reform. — By Lord J. Manners, and Mr. Ferrand, from Haworth, Stanbury, and Bury St. Edmunds, in favour of the Waste Lands Allotment Bill— By Mr. Wyse, from Tristam Kennedy, for better regulating the Legal Profession in Ireland. — From Christ Church (Surrey), in favour of the Health of Towns Bill. —From Waterford, and Cork, against the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Bill—From Bingley, and York, against the County Courts Bill.—From Shalfleet (Isle of Wight), for the Repeal of the Malt Tax.—From Ipswich, for Establishing Home Colonies. — From Limerick, against the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill.—From Sawyers in Glasgow, for a Tax on Saw Mills.