HL Deb 18 April 1842 vol 62 c572

BILLS. Public— 1a Mutiny; Marine Mutiny. 2a Corn Importation; Lunacy.

Reported.—Indemnity; Public Works.

Private.—2a Fieville's Naturalization; Benecke's Naturalization; Wakeyhill Inclosure.

Reported.—(specially) Cottenham Inclosure; Brandling Junction Railway.

3a and passed:—Bradford (York) Waterworks. PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Earl Fitzwilliam, and Lord Brougham, from Gisbro, Huddersfield, Leicester, Leeds, Arbroath, and St. Mary's, Newington, against the Income-tax.—By the Earl of Stanhope, and the Duke of Buckingham, from Farmers in Chapham, Gillingham, Kent, Banff, Forfar, Surrey, and a great many other places, against any Alteration of the Corn-laws.—By Earl Fitzwilliam, the Duke of Rutland, and the Earl of Zetland, from Kirkburton, and various places, in favour of Free Trade.—By Earl Fitzwilliam, from the Shoemakers of King's Lynn, against the Alteration of the Duty on Foreign Boots and Shoes.—From Corn Millers in Mayo, against the Importation of Foreign Flour into Ireland.— From the Grand Jury of the County of Mayo, against the Scale of Duties on the Importation of Oats.—From Callander, against the Importation of Foreign Cattle.