HC Deb 15 March 1847 vol 90 cc1336-7

PUBLIC BILLS.—1o Marine Mutiny; Mutiny; Commons Inclosure; Holyhead Harbour.

2o General Register House (Edinburgh).

3o and passed:—Drainage of Land.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Gisborne, from Nottingham, for Repeal of the Tithes Commutation Act.—By Dr. Bowring, from London, for Inquiry respecting the Rajah of Sattara.—By Sir T. Acland, from South Molton, for Repeal of the Stamp Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Pwllheli (Carnarvonshire), and Mr. Ord, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, against the Use of Grain in Breweries and Distilleries.—By Captain Berkeley and other Hon. Members, from several places, respecting Remuneration to Tax Assessors and Collectors.—By Mr. Alderman Copeland, from Eaton, for Repeal of the Anatomy Act.—By Viscount Morpeth, from several places, against the Government Scheme of Education.—By Lord G. Bentinck and Earl Lincoln, from several places, for Encouragement to Emigration (Ireland).—By Lord G. Bentinck, from Chester, in Favour of the Ten Hours Factories Bill.—By Mr. P. Scrope, from Castletown Roche and I drone East, for Alteration of the Poor Law (Ireland).—By Mr. Roebuck and other Hon. Members, from several places, for an Efficient Poor Law (Ireland).—From Castlecorner, against the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Alderman Copeland and other Hon. Members, from a great many places, for Repeal or Alteration of the Poor Removal Act.—By Mr. Hume, from Glasgow, in Favour of the Ports, Harbours, &c. Bill (1846).—By Mr. Phillpotts, from Gloucester, for the Suppression of Promiscuous Intercourse.—By Sir C. Lemon and Sir J. Tyrrell, from several Railway Companies, against the Railways Bill—By Lord G. Bentinck, from the Grand Jury of the County of Tipperary, in Favour of the Railways (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Smollett, from Schoolmasters of the Presbytery of Dumbarton, for Compensation relative to the Registering of Births, &c. (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Roebuck, from R. T. Webb, 18, Wyndham Street, Bryanstone Square, for Allotment of Unappropriated Lands.—By Sir W. Molesworth, from Southwark, for referring National Disputes to Arbitration.