HC Deb 28 June 1844 vol 76 cc100-1

NEW WRIT. — For the City of Limerick, v. Sir David Roche, Bart, ace. Chiltern Hundreds.

BILLS. Public.—2o. Pretection of Purchasers (Ireland). Reported—Joint-Stock Companies Registration and Regulation; Joint-Stock Companies Remedies at Law and in Equity; Bank of England Charter; Education; Charitable Loan Societies (Ireland).

3o. and passed:—Dissenters Chapels.

Private—2o. Ayr Bridge (No. 2).

Reported.—Pendleton, etc. Roads.

3o. and passed:—Swansea Improvement.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By many hon. Members (23 Petitions), against Dissenters Chapels Bill, and 6 in favour of same.—By Mr. Cholmondeley, from Arustley, against Union of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By several hon. Members (18), against Repeal of the Corn Laws.—By Mr. Ferrand, from Manchester, for a Tax on Steam Saw Mills—By Captain Pechell, from James Apted, for Relief.—By Mr. Bramston, from Rochford, and Colonel Rushbrooke, from West Suffolk, against Bank of England Charter Bill.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Bethnal Green, for Mitigation of Sentence on Thomas Cooper.—By Mr. Spry, from Bodmin, in favour of County Courts Bill, and Colonel Verner, from Market Hill, for Extension of same to Ireland.—By Mr. Roebuck, from Rev. D. Dobree, for Inquiry (Guernsey).—By several hon. Members (4), for Alteration of Poor Law.—By Mr. T. Duncombe (6), complaining of Opening Letters at the Post Office.—By Mr. Vesey, from Maryboro', for Alteration of Public Works (Ireland) Act.—By Captain Peehell, from Brighton Railway Company, against Railways Bill.—By Sir D. Norreys, from Cork, for Inquiry into Spirit Trade (Ireland).