HC Deb 23 May 1843 vol 69 cc804-5

BILLS. Public—1° Queen's Bench Prison; Church Endowment.

3°. and passed:—Millbank Prison.

Private.—1°. Watson's Divorce.

2°. Londonderry Bridge.

Reported.—Bury, etc. Navigation, and Llanelly Harbour, (No 2); Plymouth, etc. Roads, Carriages, and Boats Regulation; Oxnam's Estate; Scarborough Harbour; Milden-hall Drainage; Belfast and Cavehill Railway; Great Bromley Inclosure.,

3°. and passed:—Caswall's Disability Removal; Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. Hayter, Thornely, Trelawney, Strutt, Gisborne, J. J. Bodkin, Dickinson, R. Yorke, Busfeild, Brotherton, M. Philips, Barnard, Blewitt, Pendarves, Hume, B. Wood, Villiers, W. Ellis, Christopher, Gill, T. Duncombe, Cowper, Ellice, Cobden, Ross, J. Parker, Gore, E. Buller, and F. Maule, Sirs G. Stanton, R. Howard, J. Duke, J. Trollope, R. Inglis, G. Strickland, Lords Castlereagh, Courtney, H. Vane, and Ebrington, Dr. Bowring, Col. G. Langton, Captain Berkeley, from an immense number of places, against, and by Lords Ashley and Courtenay, from Manchester, and Devonport, in favour of the Factories Bill. —From Preston and other places, for further Limiting the Hours of Labour in Factories.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Rochdale, for altering the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—By Mr. R. Palmer, from Berkshire, against, and by Messrs. Villiers and Cobden, from St. George's, (Middlesex), Reading, and Horsham, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. S. O'Brien, from Limerick, Mr. French, and Lord Castlereagh, and Mr. J. O'Brien, from three other places, against the Irish Poor-law.—By General Lygon, from Kidderminster, for Carrying out Rowland Hill's Plan of Post Office Reform.—From Epworth, for amending the Bankruptcy Act.—From Hacconby and Clare, against the Canada Com Bill—From Tiekhill, in favour of Infant Schools.-From Inch and two other places, in favour of the Church Education Society's Schools.—From Dorsetshire, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—From a number of places in Ireland, against transferring the Mail Coach Contract to Scotland.—From Kirkheaton and Mirfield, against the Repeal of the Mines, etc. Act.—From Llandudno, in favour of the Waste Land Allotment Bill.— From Cork, against the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Bill.—From St. Margaret's and St. John's (Westminster), in Favour of the Health of Towns Bill.—From Plymouth, against the Turnpike Roads Bill. —From Liverpool, for giving Employment and Education to all British Subjects deprived of their Work by Maehinery.