HL Deb 12 July 1837 vol 38 c1892

MINUTES.] Bills. Received the Royal assent:—Exchequer Bills (13,623,300l.); Malt Duties Regulation; Post-Office Acts Repeal; Post-Office Management (No. 2); Postage Duties; Franking; Post-Office Offences; Common Law Courts; Concealment of Births; Church Notices; Metropolis Police Offices; Military Commissions; Rolls Estate; Administration of Justice (New South Wales); Foreign Officers; Civil Bill Courts (Ireland); Bankrupts (Ireland); Small Debts (Scotland); Creditors (Scotland); Sheriffs (Scotland); East India Officers Salaries.—Read a third time:—Coroners (Durham); Coroners Inquests Expenses; Secular Jurisdiction (York and Ely).—Read a second time:—Cruelty to Animals (Ireland); Masters and Workmen; Consolidated Fund.—Read a first time:— Church Building Commissions.

Petitions presented. By the Bishop of EXETER, from Glasgow, and other places, for a Ten Hours Bill.—By the Duke of BUCCLEUGH, from several places, to maintain the Privileges of the House of Lords.