HC Deb 22 August 1846 vol 88 c954

PUBLIC BILLS.—Reported. Railway Commissioners.

. and passed. Consolidated Fund (Appropriation); Private Bills; Ecclesiastical Patronage; Constabulary (Ireland); Public Works (Ireland) (No. 4); Public Works (Ireland) (No. 5); Leases (Ireland); Poor Employment (Ireland).

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Thomas Wakley, from William Brinkley Jameson, of No. 9, Fellowes Street, Hackney Road, in the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, and within the Borough of the Tower Hamlets, complaining of Omissions in the Registration of Voters.—By Mr. Attorney General, from Chemists and Druggists residing in the City of Chester, praying that the Spirit Licenses and Duties Bill may not pass into a Law.—By Mr. Thomas Duncombe, from George Rogers, of High Street, in the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields, in the Borough of Finsbury, Tobacco and Snuff Manufacturer, complaining of an Illegal Seizure of Tobacco.—By Viscount Palmerston, from Robert Owen, London, August 11th, 1846, for Inquiry concerning Good and Evil.—By Mr. Wakley, from Qualified Medical Practitioners residing in Hitchin and its Vicinity, in the County of Hertford, and from Edward Rogers, of Great Witley, in the County of Worcester, Surgeon, praying that the Medical Practitioners Bill may pass into a Law.—By Mr. Thomas Duncombe, from Journeymen Pawnbrokers of the Parishes of Saint James and Saint John, Clerkenwell, and by Admiral Dundas, from Master and Journeymen Pawnbrokers of the Towns of Greenwich, Woolwich, and Deptford, in the County of Kent, in favour of the Pawnbrokers Bill.—By Mr. Wakley, from Thomas Goodlage, of Letcombe Regis, in the County of Berks, Esquire, praying that the Poor Law Commissioners may be forthwith dismissed from their Offices, and may also be Impeached for Neglect and Misconduct, of which he alleges them to have been Guilty,—By Sir George Grey, from Robert D'Oyly, of No, 3, Lyon's Inn, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for Alteration of the Small Debts Bill.—By Mr. Muntz, from Inhabitant Householders, Traders, and Residents of and in the Vicinity of Bedford Square, in the County of Middlesex, praying the House to Adopt Measures for Redeeming and Extinguishing the Tolls upon Waterloo, Southwark, and Vauxhall Bridges.