HL Deb 15 June 1840 vol 54 c1167

Bill. Read a third time:—Insane Prisoners.

Petitions presented. By the Duke of Richmond, from the Distillers of Elgin, against the Customs Duties Bill.—By Earl Stanhope, from Kinross, Sunderland, and other places, against the Trade in Opium.—By Lord Redesdale, from a Poor-law Union in the county of Kent, against the Assistant Poor-law Commissioners.—By the Earl of En- niskillen, from several places in Ireland, against the system of National Education.—By Lord Brougham, from Newburgh, for an Extension of the Suffrage; from Norwich, in favour of Mr. F. O'Connor, and from Anderston, for the commutation of the Sentence of Frost, Williams, and Jones.—By the Lord-Chancellor, from Attornies and Solicitors of Hereford, and various other places, in favour of the Administration of Justice Bill.

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