HC Deb 09 March 1848 vol 97 c336

PUBLIC BILL.—2° Queen's Prison.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Sir J. Y. Buller, from Devonshire, against, and by Mr. Divett, from Exeter, in favour of, the Jewish Disabilities Bill.—From Lincoln, for a Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Sir R. Peel, from Staffordshire, against the Roman Catholic Charitable Trusts Bill.—By Sir R. Peel, from Devonshire, complaining of the Conduct of the Roman Catholic Clergy (Ireland).—By Mr. J. Greene, from Kilkenny, for Removal of Disabilities respecting the Roman Catholic Clergy (Ireland).—By Mr. Goulburn, from Cambridge, and by Mr. Law, from York, against, and by Mr. Benjamin Smith, from Dunfermline, in favour of, the Roman Catholic Relief Bill.—By Mr. Barkly, from Jamaica, to take into Consideration the State of the West India Colonies.—By Mr. Moffatt, from Dartmouth, for Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. Moffatt, from Distillers of Scotland, for Inquiry into the Excise Laws.—By Sir William Clay, from Middlesex, against Exemption of Small Tenements from Rating Bill.—By Mr. G. S. Duff, from Banffshire, for Revision of the Stamp Duties.—By Sir De Lacy Evans, from several Places, against Continuance of the Property Tax.—By Mr. Moffatt, from several Distillers, respecting the Bonding of British Spirits.—By Mr. Goulburn, from St. Vincent, in the West Indies, praying the House to take the Cotton Trade into Consideration.—From a number of Places, against the Diplomatic Relations with the Court of Rome Bill.—From several Places, for an Alteration of the Law respecting Education.—By Mr. Bright, from Oxford, and by Mr. P. O'Connor, from Nottingham, for Repeal of the Game Laws.—By Mr. Bright, from Manchester, for Sanitary Regulations.—By Mr. Reynolds, against Deriving Revenue from Intoxicating Drinks,—By Mr. Osborne, from Brentford, for Retrenchment in the Naval and Military Expenditure.—By Sir T. Acland, from Devonshire, against Repeal of the Navigation Laws.—By Mr. Goulburn, from Westham, for Alteration of the Law of Parochial Assessments.—By Sir De Lacy Evans, from Chester, respecting Deductions from Half-pay Pensioners (Army).—By Mr. Bright, from Dover, for Abolition of the Punishment of Death.