HC Deb 01 July 1844 vol 76 c132

BILLS. Public.—1o. Militia Ballots; Vagrant's Removal; Stock in Trade; Turnpike Acts Continuance.

Reported.—Linen, etc. Manufacturers.

3o. and passed:—Education.

Private.—1o. Hitchin's (or Peach's) Estate; Archbutt's Divorce.

Reported.—Paisley General Gas.

3o. and passed:—Coventry Improvement and Cemetery; Holmfirth and Dunford Roads.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. M. O'Connell, Mr. P. Somers, and Mr. Wyse (42 Petitions), from Ireland, against Registration of Electors Bill; and by the same (36), for Repeal of the Union.—By Lord Ashley, from Ballah, against Dissenters Chapels Bill.—By the Earl of Hillsborough, from Drumbo, for Legalizing Presbyterian Marriages.—By Mr. Burroughes, from Norfolk, against Union of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Mr. Stuart Wortley (4), and Mr. Milnes (1), from Yorkshire, against Repeal of Corn Laws.—By Sir G. Clerk, from Cork, respecting Assessment of Wages. — By Lord Henniker, from East Suffolk, against Bank Charter.—By Mr. Maurice O'Connell (22), from Ireland, against Bank of Ireland Charter.—By Admiral Dundas, from Blackheath, for Alteration of Commons Enclosure Bill.—By Mr. C. Round, from Chelmsford, against County Courts Bill.—By Earl of Hillsborough, from Banbridge, for Extending County Courts Bill to Ireland.—By Mr. Mackinnon, from Pimlico, for regulating Interments.—By Mr. Stuart Wortley, from Ossett, against Truck System.—By Mr. W. Miles, from Axbridge Union, for Alteration of Poor Law.—By Viscount Newry, from Newry, respecting Poor Law (Ireland).—By Mr. Greene, Mr. Muntz, and Mr. M. Philips, from the Lancaster and Preston Junction, Birmingham and Gloucester, and Manchester and Birmingham Railway Companies, against the Railways Bill.—By Mr. M. Philips, from Manchester, against Savings' Banks Bill.