HC Deb 19 May 1848 vol 98 c1212

PUBLIC BILLS—1° Administration of Criminal Justice; Maxwell's Restitution.

2° Maxwell's Restitution.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Cork, for Repeal of the Union with Ireland.—By Mr. Vernon Smith, from Northampton, for Adoption of Universal Suffrage.—By Mr. Gardner, from Quorndon (Leicester), for Abolition of Church Rates.—By Mr. William Evans, from the Baptist Congregation of St. Mary's Gate Chapel, Derby, for the Discouragement of Idolatry (India).—By Mr. Christopher, from Donnington (Lincoln), and several other Places, for Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. Adair, from the Presbytery of Ballymena (Ireland), and several other Places, in favour of the Places of Worship Sites (Scotland) Bill.—By Sir H. F. Davie, from the Town Council of Dunbar, for Abolition of University Tests (Scotland).—By Mr. Alexander Hope, from Maidstone, for Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys' Certificates. By Sir R. Peel, from Benjamin Rattray, and Others, for Reduction of Duty on Colonial Sugars.—By Mr. Bright, from Benjamin Peckett, of Dorton, complaining of Exemption of Woods from Parochial Burthens.—By Lord Ashley, from Ministers of the Presbyterian Church in England, in Synod Assembled, against the Diplomatic Relations, Court of Rome, Bill.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Salford (Lancaster), in favour of Secular Education.—By Mr. Cole, from Enniskillen, for Encouragement to Schools in Connexion with the Church Education Society (Ireland).—From Householders of Dublin, for Facilitating Ejectments.—By Mr. Cole, from Fermanagh, for Alteration of the Imprisonment for Debt (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Richard M'Cormick, of No. 52, Devonshire Street, Hulme, Manchester, for Inquiry into his Case.—By Sir H. F. Davie, from Dunbar, for Ameliorating the Condition of the Parochial Schools (Scotland).—By Mr. Sharman Crawford, from Rochdale, for Alteration of, and by Lord Ashley, from Bath, in favour of, the Public Health Bill.—By Mr. Moody, from Yeovil (Somerset), in favour of Remedies against the Hundred Bill.—By Mr. Smollett, from Commissioners of Supply, for Completion of the Survey of Scotland.