HC Deb 05 May 1845 vol 80 c158

BILLS. Public.—1°. Universities of Scotland; Commons Inclosure; Drainage of Lands.

. Banking (Scotland); Railway Clauses Consolidation (Scotland) (No. 2).

Reported. — Maynooth College; Exchequer Bills (9,379,600).

Private.—1°. London and Croydon Railway Enlargement; London and Croydon Railway (Chatham and Gravesend); London and Croydon Railway (Maidstone, Ashford, and Tonbridge); London and Croydon Railway (Chatham to Chilham); London and Croydon Railway (Orpington Branch).

. Westminster Improvement (No. 2); South-Eastern Railway (Widening and Extension of the London and Greenwich Railway); South-Eastern Railway (Tunbridge to Tunbridge Wells); South-Eastern Railway (Ashford to Hastings); London and Norwich Direct Railway; North Wales Mineral Railway.

Reported.—Huddersfield and Sheffield Junction Railway (re-committed); Midland Railways (Syston to Peterborough); Dunstable and London and Birmingham Railway; Bedford, and London and Birmingham Railway; Standard Life Assurance Company; Watermen's Company (Poor's and Endowment Fund); Hemel Hempstead Small Tenements; Scarborough Water; Cromer Protection from the Sea; Harwell and Streatley Road.

. and passed: Newcastle-upon-Tyne Port; Southwark and Vauxhall Waterworks; Royal Naval School; Winwick Rectory; Crediton Small Debts; Middlesex County Rate; Edinburgh Life Assurance Company.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Dundas, from Melness, for better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By several hon. Members, from a great number of places (156 Petitions), against the Grant to Maynooth College.—By Sir R. Peel, Mr. Ross, and Lord J. Russell, from several places, in favour of the Grant to Maynooth College.—By Lord Worsley, from Glamford Briggs, and Horncastle, for Removal of Courts of Law and Equity to Inns of Court.—By Viscount Palmerston, and Lord Worsley, from several places, for Repeal or Alteration of Insolvent Debtors Act.—By Sir G. Clerk, from Edinburgh, against Alteration of Prisons (Scotland) Act.—By Lord Worsley, from several places, for Diminishing the Number of Public Houses.