HC Deb 10 August 1848 vol 101 cc54-5

PUBLIC BILLS.—1° Commons Inclosure Act Amendment; Militia Pay; Out Pensioners; Fever (Ireland); Taxing; Ecclesiastical Patronage Suits Compromise (Ireland); Officers of Courts of Justice (Ireland); Assimilation of Appointments.

2a Steam Navigation; Fees (Court of Chancery); Poor Removal (No. 2); Nuisances and Contagious Diseases; Petty Bag Offices, &c. (Court of Chancery); Boroughs Incorporation.

Reported.—Court of Justiciary (Scotland); Criminal Law Administration Amendment; Registers of Sasines, &c., (Scotland); Renewable Leasehold Conversion (Ireland); Poor Law Union District Schools; Corrupt Practices at Elections; Tithe Rent Charge, &c., (Ireland) (No. 2); Fisheries (Ireland).

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Colonel Thompson, from Members of the Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists, in the Town of Betley, Staffordshire, for a Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Sir George Grey, from the Guardians of the Berwick-upon-Tweed Union, in favour of the Marriage (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Lushington, from the Directors of the Scottish Anti-State Church As- sociation, for the Withdrawal of the Regium Donum Grant.—By Mr. Hume, from several Inhabitants of Edinburgh, for Inquiry into the Annuity Tax (Scotland).—By Mr. J. E. Vivian, from Adventurers in British Copper Mines in Camborne, and its Vicinity, against the Copper and Lead Duties Bill—By Mr. William Lock-hart, from several Wine and Spirit Merchants of Ayr, for an Alteration of the British Spirits Warehousing Bill.—By Mr. Chisholm Anstey, from the Grand Jury of the County of Sligo, for an Abolition of the Coroner's Office (Ireland).—From the Grand Jury of the County of Cork, praying for the Relief of the Distress in Ireland.—By Mr. Reynolds, from the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Dublin, for Alteration of the Dublin Police Bill.—By Sir De Lacy Evans, from the Parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster, for Alteration of the Metropolitan Commissions of Sewers Bill.—By Mr. C. Lewis, from the Guardians of the Hereford Union, against the Poor Law Union District Schools Bill.—By Colonel Kemeys Tynte, from Jonathan Toogood, M.D. of Torquay, Devonshire, for Restricting the Sale of Poisons.—By Mr. Anstey, from the Grand Jury of Sligo, for an Alteration of the Poor Law (Ireland).—By Mr. Spooner, from the Guardians of the Aston Union, Warwickshire, for Alteration of the Poor Law Union Charges Bill.—By Mr. W. Lockhart, from the Presbytery of Hamilton, for Alteration of the Registering Births, &c. (Scotland) Bill,—By Mr. Fuller, from the Parish of Rye, Sussex, to take the Turnpike Trusts into Consideration.