HC Deb 27 April 1846 vol 85 cc1070-1

PUBLIC BILLS. — 1°. Ejected Tenants (Ireland).

Reported. Polling Places (Ireland).

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By several hon. Members, from various places, for Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. Forman, from Inhabitants of Bridgewater and its Neighbourhood, for Repeal of the Maynooth College Act.—By several hon. Members, from various places, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor Dioceses, but in favour of the Appointment of a Bishop to the See of Manchester.—By Sir Robert Peel, from Handloom Weavers of Manchester, for a Speedy Adjustment of the Commercial Policy.—By Mr. Hume, from Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of the Royal Burgh of Montrose, in favour of the Customs Duties and Corn Importation Bills.—By several hon. Members, from various places, for Rating Owners in lieu of Occupiers of Tenements.—By Mr. Forman, from Inhabitants of Bridgewater and its Neighbourhood, against the Bequests for Pious and Charitable Purposes Bill.—By Mr. Duncan, from Convener, Deacons, and Remanent Members of the Nine Incorporated Trades of Dundee, in favour of the Burghs (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. East, from Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the City and Borough of Winchester, and by Mr. Ward, from the Corporation of Sheffield, respecting the Employment and Reformation of Discharged Prisoners.—By Mr. Cobden, and Mr. Ward, from Retail Beersellers of Stockport and Sheffield, for Alteration of Law respecting Exciseable Liquors.—By Mr. Hume, from Ropemakers on Clyde, who use Steam and Water Power in their Works, for Exempting the Ropemaking Trade from the Operation of the Factories Act.—By Sir Andrew Leith Hay, from Proprietors of Mills in Aberdeen, against the Factories Bill.—By Mr. John Henry Vivian, from Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Glamorgan, assembled at the Easter Quarter Sessions of the Peace, for Alteration of the Highways Bill.—By Mr. Fitzgerald, from Noblemen, Gentlemen, Clergymen, Owners and Occupiers of Land, and other Parties, Inhabitants of the Town of Nenagh, for Encouraging Enterprise in Ireland.—By Mr. Fuller, from Guardians of the Poor of Eastbourne Union, for Repeal or Alteration of Lunatics Act, and Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics Act.—By several hon. Members, from a number of Persons connected with the Administration of the Poor Law, for a Superannuation Fund for Poor Law Officers.—By Sir William Somerville, from Ratepayers of the Electoral Divisions of Saint Peter's East and West Wards, the Division of Saint Mary's, and other Inhabitants of the Drogheda Poor Law Union, for Alteration of Poor Relief (Ireland) Act.—By Sir John Hanmer, and Mr. Manners Sutton, from Churchwardens and Ratepayers of Parishes of Drypool, Saint Peter, and St. Giles, Cambridge, against the Poor Removal Bill.—By Mr. Thomas Duncombe, from Inhabitants of Newport and Norwich, against the Protection of Life (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Thomas Duncombe, from Inhabitants af Failsworth, in the Parish of Manchester, praying that every Railroad Bill shall contain a Clause to compel the Company to have Covered Carriages at an Uniform Rate of a Farthing a Mile.