HL Deb 14 June 1842 vol 63 cc1512-3

BILLS. Public.—2a. Witnesses Indemnity.Reported.—Copyright.

Private.—1a. Carlow Roads; Birmingham Free Grammar School Estate.

2a. Calland's Estate (Higgen's); Forth Marine Insurance Company; Church Stretton and Longden Road.

Reported.—Ardrossan Harbour; Christopher (or Manner's) Estate; Gravesend Town Pier; Fleetwood Improvement; Medbourn Inclosure; City of Glasgow Life Assurance Company; Kington Roads; Cambuslang and Muirkirk Roads; Lough Foyle Drainage.

3a. and passed:—Lincoln Roads; Ely Place Improvement; Camberwell and Peckham Lighting; Boston Harbour (No. 2); Brewood Free Grammar School.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Earl of Clarendon, from Hammersmith, complaining of the conduct of the Commissioners of the Metropolis Roads who have discontinued the Lighting of the Parish.—By Lord Wynford, from Hexham Union, against certain parts of the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—From Hopton, Callow, Hulland Ward, and Sturston, Kniveton, Carsington, Bradbouru, Brassington, Bradley, and other places, in favour of a Poor-law upon the principle of Gilbert's Act.—By Lord Wharncliffe, from the Guardians of Bradford Union, for the Repeal of the Poor-law Amendment Bill; and from Attornies and Solicitors of the West Riding of York Law Society, for Exemption from the Payment of the Income-tax.—By Lord Denman, from the Northern Association of Baptists, from the Independants at Salford, and other places, for the substitution of Declarations in lieu of Oaths.—From Runcorn, for Extension of the Metropolitan Police Act,—By the Duke of Rutland, from Westow, Newton Hareourt, and Kilby, against any further Grant of Money for the support of Maynooth College.—By Lord Wharncliffe, from John Smith, against calling on parties to plead Not Guilty.

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