HL Deb 02 August 1842 vol 65 cc934-5

BILLS. Public.ߞ1a Bribery at Elections (No.2).

2° St. Asaph and Bangor Preferments; Slave Trade Suppression Act Suspension.

Committed.—Colonial Passengers; Limitation of Actions (Ireland); Parish Constables.

Reported.—Stamp Duties Assimilation; Court of Exchequer (England); Bonded Corn; Double Costs; Ordnance Services; Western Australia; Fisheries (Ireland).

3a and passed:—Joint Stock Banking Companies; Insolvent Debtors; Assessed Taxes; Primrose Hill.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From, Inhabitants of Holborn end places adjacent, in favour of the proposed Improve- ments of the Metropolis.ߞFrom the Clergy of the Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, and Dromore, for the Encouragement of Schools in connection with the Church Education Society (Ireland)From the Clergy of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh, for the Restoration of the quarta pars Ecclasiœ.ߞFrom Parochial Schoolmasters (Scotland) for better Remuneration.ߞBy Lord Kenyon, from Cherle and Harold's Cross, near Dublin, against any further Grant to Maynooth; and from Oldham, for Inquiry into the Instruction of Maynooth.—By the Marquess of Londonderry, from the Rev. Mr. Siely, praying for Inquiry into his Dismissal as Resident Chaplain at Lisbon.