HC Deb 23 April 1846 vol 85 c892

PUBLIC BILLS.—1°. Corresponding Societies and Lecture Rooms; Exchequer Bills (£18,380,200).

. and passed. Coal Whippers (Port of London).

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By several hon. Members, from various places, for Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. William Miles, from Members of the Shepton Mallet Church of England Lay Association, for Encouragement to Church Education Society.—By Mr. Williams, from Secular Clergymen and Laymen of the Town of Coventry and its Vicinity, in favour of the Roman Catholic Relief Bill.—By Mr. Fellowes, and Sir Stephen Glynne, from Huntingdon, Hartismere, Morton, and Trenddyn, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor Dioceses.—By Sir Robert Harry Inglis, from the Presbytery of Jedburgh, against the Abolition of Tests in the Scotch Universities.—By Mr. William Miles, from Inhabitants of the Strabane Union, against the Corn Importation Bill.—By Mr. Gibson Craig, from Bankers, Commercial and Manufacturing Inhabitants of the Royal Burgh of Kirkcaldy, in favour of the proposed Measure respecting Customs and Corn Importation.—By Sir James Graham, from Guardians of the Poor of St. German's and Docking Unions, for Rating Owners in lieu of Occupiers of Tenements.—By Mr. Milner Gibson, and Viscount Sandon, from several places, for Alteration of Duties on Tea.—By Mr. Dennistoun, from John Shanks, Machinist, for Alteration of Law of Blasphemy.—By Mr. Divett, from Exeter, respecting Employment and Reformation of Discharged Prisoners.—By Sir George Strickland, from a number of places, for Limiting the Hours of Labour in Factories to Ten.—By Sir De Lacy Evans, from Robert Clark and others, in favour of the Friendly Societies Bill.—By Mr. Alderman Thompson, from several places in Westmoreland, for Repeal or Alteration of the Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics Act.—By Mr. O'Connell, from Physicians and Surgeons of Cork, and by Colonel Verner, from Lurgan, for Better Regulation of the Medical Profession (Ireland).—By Sir James Graham, from John Scannell, of the City of Limerick, suggesting Measures for Poor Relief (Ireland).—By Sir James Graham, from several places, against the Poor Removal Bill.—By Mr. Vivian, from Swansea, against Salmon Fisheries Bill.