HL Deb 21 June 1842 vol 64 c271

BILLS. Public.— 1a. Salmon Fisheries (Scotland); Dean Forest Poor; Assessed Taxes Composition.

2a. Public Houses.

Private.—1a. Bromyard Roads; Deptford Pier. 2ª. Sudbury Improvement; Tadcaster and Otley Road. Reported.—Duke of Cleveland's Estate; Burntisland and Granton Pier; Carlow Roads.

3a. and passed:—Coward's Divorce; Vere's Divorce.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Provost and Magistrates of Aberdeen, Proprietors of Salmon Fisheries in the Dee and Don, and Sea Coast in the vicinity of Messrs. Hogarth & Co., Tacksmen of various Fisheries, against the Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Bill.—From Freeholders and others of St. Briavel's, against the Dean Forest Poor Bill.—By Lord Kenyon, from Inhabitants of Liverpool, and by the Marquess of Salisbury, from the Mayor and Magistrates of Liverpool, in favour of the Liverpool Improvement Bill; and by Lord Brougham, from Inhabitants of Liverpool, against the Bill.— By the Archbishop of Armagh, from Clergy of the Dioceses of Armagh, Elphin, Kilmore, Ferns, Leghlin, Ossory, and from Inhabitants of Clones, Clonmore, Killurin, Ballyscullion, Glanely, Shancho, Errigle, Corrowdore, Camersjuxta, Bann, and Lower Badony, in favour of the Church Education Society (Ireland).—From Londonderry, for the Repeal of Patronage in the Scotch Church.—From Hammersmith Institution, to Exempt Literary and Scientific Institutions from Payment of Taxes.—By the Earl of Clarendon, from Inhabitants of the Cape of Good Hope, for a Representative Government in that Colony.