HC Deb 19 February 1847 vol 90 c245

PUBLIC BILLS.—1° Markets and Fairs Clauses; Public Undertakings Clauses; Gas Works Clauses; Waterworks Clauses.

2° Factories.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Captain Pechell, from Brighton, for Alteration of Law respecting the Registration of Voters.—By Mr. John O'Connell, from Roman Catholic Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland, for Alteration of Marriage Law (Ireland). — By Mr. John O'Connell, from Ireland, for Removal of Disabilities as regards the Roman Catholic Regular Clergy (Ireland).—By Mr. Hawes, from Lambeth, and Mr. Ald. Humphery, from Southwark, for Inquiry respecting the Rajah of Sattara.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Cumberland, and Sir W. Somerville, from Drogheda, against the Use of Grain in Breweries and Distilleries.—By Mr. M. Philips, from Manchester, for Repeal of the Duties on Butter and Cheese.—By Mr. Pattison, and other Hon. Members, from Shipowners of several places, for Reduction of Lighthouse Dues.—By Sir W. Somerville, from Drogheda, against the Proposed Alteration of the Duty on Rum.—By Sir T. Esmonde, from Wexford, for Alteration of the Poor Law (Ireland).—By Mr. Hutt, from Guardians of the Gateshead Union, for Alteration of the Poor Law (Ireland and Scotland).—By Sir C. Coote, from Guardians of the Mount Mellick Union, against the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill, and by Mr. Stanton, from Guardians of the Stroud Union, in Favour of the same.—By several Hon. Members, from a great many places, for Repeal or Alteration of the Poor Removal Act. — By Mr. Blackburne, from Lancaster, in Favour of the Ports, Harbours, &c. Bill (1846).—By Mr. Beckett, from Leeds, for the Suppression of Promiscuous Intercourse.—By Mr. Corbally, from County of Meath, in Favour of the Railways (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. M. Gibson, and Sir R. Peel, from Manchester, against laying the Burden on the Revenue for the Relief of Ireland.—By Lord Brooke, Mr. W. Ellis, and Lord Rendlesham, from several places, for Alteration of the Law of Settlement.—By Sir R. Peel, from Robert Falk, of Winsford Lodge, Chester, respecting certain Losses in the East India Salt Trade.—By Mr. Barkly, from Inhabitants of British Guiana, and Mr. Pattison, from Merchants of London, against the Proposed Measures respecting Sugar and Rum.—By Mr. Aldam, from Leeds, and Mr. B. Smith, from Norwich, for Repeal or Reduction of Duty on Tea.—By Mr. Ferrand, from Bradford, for Inquiry respecting the Anatomy Act.—By Mr. Muntz, from John and James Aldan, Shipowners, of London, complaining of the Seizure of the Black Cat Schooner.—By Mr. Williams, from Pembroke, respecting the Use of the Welsh Language in the County Courts of Wales.—By Sir W. Somerville, from Preston, and Glasgow, in Favour of the Ten Hours Factory Bill.—By Mr. J. O'Connell, from Landed Proprietors, Merchants, and others, resident in Ireland, for Relief of the Destitute Poor (Ireland).—By Major Macnamara, from Ennis, for Facilitating the Transportation of Grain and Provisions to Ireland.—By Mr. O. Gore, from Irish Waste Land Improvement Society, for Alteration of the Landed Property (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. V. Stuart, from Waterford, respecting the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act.