HC Deb 30 May 1845 vol 80 cc1087-8

BILLS. Public.—1°. Dog Stealing,

. Privy Council.

Reported.—Military Savings Banks.

Private.—1°. Birmingham and Gloucester Railway (Worcester Branch and Cheltenham Extensions).

. Diss, Beccles, and Yarmouth Railway; Goole and Doncaster Railway.

Reported.—Newcastle and Darlington (Brandling Junction) Railway; Newcastle and Berwick Railway; Claughton-cum-Grange (St. Andrew's) Church (re-committed); Claughton-cum-Grange (St. John the Baptist's) Church (re-committed); Sheffield and Tinsley Canal; Brighton, Lewes, and Hastings Railway (Keymer Branch); Dundee and Perth Railway; Leeds and West Riding Junction Railways (re-committed); Yarmouth and Norwich Railway; Lowestoft Railway and Harbour.

. and passed: — York and North Midland Railway (Bridlington Branch); York and Scarborough Railway Deviation; Ely and Huntingdon Railway; Hull and Selby Railway (Bridlington Branch); Bristol and Exeter Railway Branches; Blackburn, Darwen and Bolton Railway; Whitby and Pickering Railway; Bedford and London and Birmingham Railway; Dunstable and London and Birmingham Railway; Lynn and Ely Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. G. Hamilton, from several places in Ireland, for Encouragement to Schools in connexion with Church Education Society (Ireland).—By Mr. Tollemache, from several places, for Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. Deedes, Mr. Forbes, Mr. Herbert, and Sir R. H. Inglis, from St. Lawrence, Thanet, and several other places, against the Grant to Maynooth College—By Mr. Fellowes, from Huntingdon, and Sir R. H. Inglis, from Berks, against Union of Saint Asaph and Bangor.—By Mr. Arbuthnott, and Sir James Graham, from the Presbytery of Forfar, and the University of Glasgow, against the Universities (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Fellowes, from Huntingdon, for Relief from Agricultural Taxation.—By Mr. Loch, from Shipowners of Cromarty, for Reduction of Tolls and Dues levied by Lighthouses.—By Lord Ashley, and Mr. French, from several places, for Inquiry into the Anatomy Act.—By Lord Ashley, from Bridport, against the Colleges (Ireland) Bill.—By Lord A. Hervey, from Attorneys and Solicitors of Brighton, for Removal of Courts of Law and Equity to Inns of Court.—By Lord Ashley, from East Lothian, for Inquiry into the cause of Accidents in Mines and Collieries.—By Mr. Herbert, Mr. Pusey, and Mr. Tollemache, from several places, against the Parochial Settlement Bill.—By Mr. Deedes, from Ramsgate, and Mr. Oswald, from Glasgow, for Alteration of Physic and Surgery Bill.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Merchants of London, for Alteration in the Arrangements of the Post Office—By Mr. Plumptre, from several places, for Alteration of Law relating to Promiscuous Intercourse—By Lord Ashley, from several places, for Diminishing the Number of Public Houses.—By Lord Ashley from Wheatley, and other places, for Alteration of Law relating to the Sale of Beer.—By Mr. Arbuthnott, from Parish Schoolmasters of Fourdoun, for Ameliorating the Condition of Schoolmasters (Scotland).—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Charles Buckley, of Mason Street, Old Kent Road, for Alteration of Law respecting Waste Lands.