HC Deb 29 May 1843 vol 69 c984

MINUTES.] BILLS. Public.—1°. Canada Wheat Importation; Coroner's Inquests.

2°. Church Endowment.

Reported.—Ecclesiastical Courts.

Private.Reported.—Lough Foyle Drainage.

3°. Bury, etc. Navigation, and Llanelly Harbour; Kentish Town Paving; Southampton Cemetery.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. G. Berkeley, Hindley, Plumptre, Scholefield, Busfeild, Ponsonby, Jervis, Roebuck, Protheroe, Elphinstone, Aldam, G. W. Wood, Dickenson, O. Stanley, and C. Wood, Lords Worsley, Ebrington, and A. Lennox, Dr. Bowring, Captain Bernal, Viscount Palmerston, Captain Pechell, and Sir G. Strickland, from an immense number of places, against the Factories Bill; and from several places, in favour of the same.—From Manchester, for Abolishing the Oaths and Subscripton at the Universities. — From Trim, against the Irish Corporations Bill.—From Charles Hastings, M.D., for Exempting Literary and Scientific Institutions from Taxes.—From Sligo, for Amending the Law relating to the Butter Trade.—From four places, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor. —From Lanark, for Increasing the Salary of Scotch Schoolmasters.—From Drogheda, against the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill.—From Dingwall, for carrying Rowland Hill's Plan of Post-Office Reform.—From Sheeps head and Nottingham, for Mitigation of Punishment of Thomas Cooper and other Prisoners, for Sedition in Stafford Gaol.—From three places in Ireland, for Protection to the Agricultural Interest.—From field, for Altering the Poor-law Amendment Act.—From Harmston, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—From Wingfield, and Nonington, for the Repeal of the Malt Tax. — From four places, against the Canada Wheat Bill.