HC Deb 21 April 1846 vol 85 c788

MINUTES. NEW MEMBERS SWORN. For Malton, Viscount Milton; for Richmond, Henry Rich, Esq.

PUBLIC BILLS.—Reported. Commons Inclosure.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Brotherton, Sir William Clay, Mr. Fuller, Sir John Hanmer, Mr. Stansfield, and Mr. Strutt, from an immense number of places, for Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. Watson, from certain Roman Catholics in the County of Durham, for Alteration of Law respecting Roman Catholic Chapels.—By Mr. Bankes, Lord John Manners, and Lord Alfred Paget, from a great number of places, in favour of Roman Catholic Relief Bill.—By Sir Robert Harry Inglis, from Minister, Churchwardens, and Inhabitants of the Parish of Donington, and by Mr. Sotheron, from Rural Dean and Clergy of the Deanery of Wyly and Diocese of Sarum, against Union of St. Asaph and Bangor Dioceses.—By Mr. Duncan, from Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of the Royal Burgh of Dundee, and from Chairman, Deputy Chairman, Directors, and Members of the Chamber of Commerce of Dundee, and by Sir John Hanmer, from President, and Directors of the Chamber of Commerce at Hull, in favour of the proposed Government Measure respecting Customs and Corn Importation.—By Mr. Williams, from Inhabitants of Dumfries, complaining of the Amount of Land Tax.—By Mr. Brocklehurst, from Trustees of the Macclesfield District of the Sandon Road, for Repeal of Duty on Post Horses.—By Mr. Allix, Mr. Brownrigg, Mr. Fuller, and Mr. John Tollemache, from several places, for Rating Owners in lieu of Occupiers of Tenements.—By Mr. Gibson Craig, from Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Council of the City of Edinburgh, and by Mr. Morris, from Mayor, Aldermen, and Councillors of the County of the Borough of Carmarthen, respecting the Employment and Reformation of Discharged Prisoners.—By Mr. Thomas Duncombe, from James Morris, of Manley House, Kennington Common, Lambeth, respecting Promotion of Soldiers in the East India Company's Army.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Retail Beersellers of Salford and its Vicinity, for Alteration of Law respecting Exciseable Liquors.—By Lord John Manners, from Slubbers, in the Parish of Huddersfield, for Limiting the Hours of Labour of Children and Young Persons employed in Factories to Ten.—By Mr. Grogan, from Guardians of the Poor of the North Dublin Union, for Alteration of Law respecting Grand Jury Presentments (Ireland).—By Mr. Mackinnon, from Working Men and others, resident in the Metropolis, for Sanatory Regulations.—By Sir John Hobhouse, from Manufacturers of Lace or Owners of Bobbin Net or Warp Lace Machinery, in the Town of Nottingham and its Neighbourhood, against the Lace Factories Bill.—By several hon. Members, from various places, for Repeal or Alteration of the Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics Acts.—By Dr. Bowring, from Inhabitants of Bolton, against Enrolment of Militia.—By Dr. Bowring, from Goldsworthy Gurney, respecting Ventilation of the New Houses of Parliament.—By Captain Layard, from Out-Pensioners of Her Majesty's Royal Hospital at Chelsea, from Regiments of the Line, complaining of Deductions from their Half Pay.—By Mr. Pole Carew, Sir William Clay, and Mr. Fuller, from several Persons, for a Superannuation Fund for Poor Law Officers.—By Mr. Grogan, from Guardians of the Poor of the North Dublin Union, against the Poor Removal Bill.—By Mr. Mark Philips, from Directors of the Chamber of Commerce and Manufactures at Manchester, for discouraging Speculation in Railways.—By Colonel Rawdon, from Sharebrokers of the City of Dublin, for Alteration of Law respecting Stock Brokers (Ireland).—By Sir Thomas Wilde, from Merchants, Carriers, Dealers, Farmers, Tradesmen, and other Inabitants of the County and City of Worcester, complaining of Amount of Turnpike Tolls.