HC Deb 08 November 1912 vol 43 cc1695-6

Criminal Law Amendment Bill—Petition from Camberwell, for alteration.

Criminal Law Amendment Bill— Petition from Barnsley, in favour.

Established Church (Wales) Bill—Petitions against, from Aldworth, Beech Hill, Beedon, Birmingham, Blackheath, Brimpton, Bucklebury, Chieveley, Cold Ash, Compton Parva, Cradley, Denford, Dudley (five), Earley, Eccleshall Bierlow, Engle-field, Frankley, Grazeley, Great Shefford. Halesowen, Hall Green, Hermitage, Ink-pen, Kintbury, Langley, Leckhampstead St. James, Mortimer, Netherton, Newbury, Old Hill, Pangbourne, Peasemore, Pontefract (two), Purley, Quarry Bank, Reading (five), Romsley, St. Thomas-in-the-Moor, Selly Hill, Shaw-cum-Donnington, Sheffield, Shepp, Shinfield, Speen, Speenhamland, Stourbridge, Sulham, Thatcham, Theale, Tidmarsh, Tylehurst St. George, Tything, Ufton Nervet, Wokingham, Woodlands St. Mary, and Wool-hampton.

Housing of the Working Classes Act. 1890 to 1909—Petition from Keighley, for alteration of law.

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