HC Deb 10 July 1845 vol 82 c320

NEW MEMBER SWORN. Sir Frederic Thesiger, for Abingdon.

BILLS. Public.—1o. Real Property; Assignment of Terms; Granting of Leases; Taxing Master, Court of Chancery (Ireland); Turnpike Roads (Ireland).

2o. Drainage (Ireland); Joint Stock Companies; Geological Survey; Land Revenue Act Amendment; Criminal Jurisdiction of Assistant Barristers (Ireland); Art Unions (No. 2); Masters and Workmen.

Reported.—Bankruptcy Declaration.

3o. and passed:—Colleges (Ireland).

Private.—2o. Shrewsbury and Holyhead Road.

Reported.—Dublin Pipe Water (No. 2); South Devon Railway; Launceston and South Devon Railway; Goole and Doncaster Railway.

3o. and passed:—Lady Sandy's (or Turner's) Estate; Glasgow, Barrhead, and Neilston Direct Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Hutt, from Gateshead, for Alteration of Law relating to Church Property.—By Mr. Bannerman, from Aberdeen, in favour of the Universities (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. E. Denison and other hon. Members, from Stockholders and other Inhabitants of New South Wales, for Repeal of certain Acts relating to that Colony.—By Mr. Fuller, from County of Sussex, for Relief from Taxation of Agriculture.—By Mr. Serjeant Murphy, and Mr. J. O'Connell, from a great number of places in Ireland, against the Colleges (Ireland) Bill.—By Sir Howard Douglas, from the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Liverpool, against the Deodands Abolition (No. 2) Bill.—By Mr. B. Chapman and other hon. Members, from the Connty of York, in favour of the Ten Hours' Bill in Factories.—By Mr. L. Bruges, from Thomas Phillips and Robert Willett, for Alteration of Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics Bill.—By Mr. Sheil, from Guardians of the Clogheen Union, against the Parochial Settlement Bill.—By Mr. Sheil, from several places, for Alteration of Physic and Surgery Bill.—By Mr. Hawes, from a great number of places, in favour of the Physic and Surgery Bill.—By Viscount Sandon, from Members of the Royal College of Surgeons residing in Liverpool, for Inquiry into the Government, &c. of the Royal College of Surgeons. — From St. John Mason, Barrister at Law, for Alteration of Law relating to Tenure of Land (Ireland).