HC Deb 25 February 1847 vol 90 c501

PUBLIC BILLS.—2° Poor Rates (Ireland).

Reported. — Markets and Fairs Clauses; Commissioners Clauses; Gas Works Clauses; Water Works Clauses.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Cowper, from Electors of Hertford, and Viscount Villiers, from Inhabitants of Bilston, for Alteration of Law respecting the Registration of Voters.—By Mr. J. O'Connell, from New Ross (Wexford), for Repeal of the Union with Ireland.—By Mr. M. Gibson, from Rev. John Jordan, Vicar of Enstone, for Reform of the Church of England.—By Mr. J. O'Connell, from Kilkenny, and Dublin, for Abolition of Ministers' Money (Ireland).—By Captain Harris, from Southampton, and Mr. Rashleigh, from Cornwall, against the Roman Catholie Relief Bill.—From Marylebone, for Inquiry respecting the Rajah of Sattara.—By M. L. Bruges, from Attorneys and Solicitors of Devizes, for Repeal of Stamp Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Cirencester Temperance Society, against the Use of Grain in Breweries and Distilleries.—By Viscount Newry and Morne, and other Hon. Members, from several places, for Reduction of Lighthouse Dues.—By Mr. J. O'Connell, from Macroom, against the Proposed Measure respecting Rum.—By Sir FitzRoy Kelly, from Cambridge, respecting Remuneration to Tax Assessors and Collectors.—By Mr. Aldam, from Leeds, and Mr. Brown, from Staleybridge, for Reduction of Duty on Tea.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Tower Hamlets, for Increase of Duty on Willow Squares.—By Mr. Divett, from Exeter, for Repeal of Window Duty.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Bradford, for Inquiry respecting the Anatomy Act.—From George Henry Drew, of Bermondsey-street (Surrey), Attorney-at-Law, for Production of Papers relative to the Bermondsey Improvement (No. 2) Bill, and Kent Railway Bills (1845).—By Mr. Hume, from Manchester Commercial Association, respecting the Commercial Position of Cracow.—By Mr. Cowper, from Greengrove, and Mr. Plumptre, from Crayford, in Favour of the Ten Hours Factories Bill.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Manchester, and Sir W. James, from Kingston-upon-Hull, against the Factories Bill.—By Mr. J. O'Connell, from Cork, for Relief of Destitute Poor (Ireland).—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Broughshane, for Alteration of Law relating to Landlord and Tenant (Ireland).—By Mr. Butler, from Kilkenny, respecting the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act.—By Mr. Hinde, from Northumberland, for Inquiry into the Navigation Laws.—By Mr. Gore and other Hon. Members, from several places, for Alteration in the Poor Law (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. E. Shirley, from Monaghan, against the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill.—By Sir W. Heathcote and other Hon. Members, from several places, for Repeal or Alteration of the Poor Removal Act.—From Liverpool, against allowing Railway Companies to use their own Steam Vessels.—From Inhabitants of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, for Alteration of Law respecting the Rents of Houses, &c.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Guardians of the Salford Union, against the Law of Settlement.—By Colonel T. Wood, from Guardians of the Staines Union, for Alteration of the Law of Settlement.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Members of the National Association of United Trades, for Alteration in the Wages Act.