HC Deb 30 May 1843 vol 69 cc1094-5

MINUTES.] Bills. Public.—a. Salmon Fisheries: As- sessed Taxes; Coalwhippers; Woollen, etc. Manufactures.

Private.—1°. Halbeath and Loehgelly Railway.

2° Watson's Divorce; Maryport and Carlisle Railway, (No. 3).

Reported.—Saltcoats Harbour; Chalgrove Inclosurc; Leamington Priors Improvement and Market; North Esk Reservoir; Bardney, etc. Drainage; Lagan Navigation; Ballochney Railway.

3°- and passed:—Lough Foyle Drainage.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. Gisborne, O. Berkeley, Strutt, Tancred, James, Divett, Ricardo, Blewitt, Hume, M. J. O'Connell, Aglionby, M. Gibson, T. Duncombe, Aldam, and Hindley, Lords C. Manners, J. Russell, and Dunean, Dr. Bowring, Sir H. Fleetwood, and Sir T. Colebrooke, from an Immense number of places, against the Factories Bill.—By Mr. Divett, from F. G. Farrant, against the Income-tax.—By Mr. F. Egerton, from Stockport, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor By Mr. C. Round, and Mr. Bennett, from three places, against the Canada Com Bill.—By Lord J. Russell, from the London University, for some Improvement in the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—From Newbury Union, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill. —From Chairman of Meeting at Montrose, for Inquiry into the case of Robert Peddie, a Political Prisoner.—By Mr. Ferrand, from Keightley, in favour of the Waste Lands Allotment Bill.—By Mr. Hume, from the Shipowners of Montrose, against the Charges made for Beacons, and against being compelled to take Pilots on board their Vessels.—By Mr. Gisborne, from Nottingham, and Mr. S. Crawford, from Abbeyleix Union, for the Repeal of the Union—From Banbury and Birmingham, for Carrying out Rowland Hill's Plan of Post-office Reform.—From Chairman of Meeting at Kingston-upon-Hull, for Mitigation of Punishment of Thomas Cooper and others.—From Paddington, for Establishing Home Colonies.—From Athboy, for Encouragement of the Church Education Society's Schools.—From Holme Bridge, in favour of Infant Schools From Chilthorne, Domer, against any further Grant to Maynooth College, and for the Repeal of the Roman Catholic Relief Act.