HC Deb 27 August 1846 vol 88 c1060

PUBLIC BILLS.—1o. Arrest on Mesne Process.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Villiers, from Secular Clergymen and Laymen of the Congregation of Sedgley Park, in the Parish of Sedgley, professing the Roman Catholic Religion, praying that the Roman Catholic Relief Bill may pass into a Law.—By Mr. James Oswald, from Importers, Dealers, and Consumers of Foreign Coffee, praying that the Duty on Foreign Coffee may be reduced to Fourpence per Pound.—By Mr. Villiers, from certain Merchants and Corn Dealers of the Port of Liverpool, complaining of an Error in the Corn Bill respecting the Mode of levying the Duties on Rye, Peas, and Beans, and praying the House to pass an Amended Enactment.—By Sir William Somerville, from Richard Madden, of the City of Dublin, praying the House to institute due Inquiry into the System of granting City Attachments in Ireland, with a view to its Total Abrogation.—By Mr. James Oswald, from Directors of the Chamber of Commerce and Manufactures, established by Royal Charter, in the City of Glasgow, against the Joint Stock Banks (Scotland and Ireland) Bill.—By Sir William Somerville, from Richard Madden, of the City of Dublin, praying the House to introduce a Clause into the Leases (Ireland) Bill to extend by Six Months the Time at present allowed by Law for Redeeming Freehold or Leasehold Property under Ejectment for Non-Payment of Rent in Ireland.—By Mr. Halsey, from Legally Qualified Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery, of Hitchin and Neighbourhood, against the Medical Practitioners Bill.—By Mr. Spooner, from Charles Andrew Thomson, Oporto Merchant, of Boston Grove, Brentford, in the County of Middlesex, complaining of having been ruined by various Legislative Enactments connected with the Currency, and praying that the Monetary System of the Country may undergo a Searching Inquiry by the House.—From Proprietors and Inhabitants of Lands and Houses in and near Limerick, complaining of the Prevalence of Fever and other Diseases caused by the Obstruction of the Natural Course of the Shannon by certain Banks of Rubbish, and praying for their Removal.—From Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers, and other Inhabitants of and in the Vicinity of the Edge-ware Road, Marylebone, in the County of Middlesex, praying the House to adopt Measures for Redeeming and Extinguishing the Tolls upon Waterloo, Southwark, and Vauxhall Bridges.