HL Deb 27 June 1842 vol 64 cc616-7

BILLS. Public.—a. Drainage (Ireland); Railways; Limitation of Actions and Suits (Ireland).

2a. Dean Forest Poor.

Committed.—Slave Trade Abolition (Argentine Confederation); Slave Trade Suppression (Hayti); Slave Trade Treaties.

Reported.—Testimony Perpetuating.

3a and passed:—Public Houses

Private.—2a. Bromyard Roads.

Reported.—Sudbury Improvement.

3a. and passed:—Lord Sherborne's Estate; Gibson's Estate; Earl of Devon's Estate; North American Colonial Association (Ireland); Tadcaster and Otley Roads; Thames Haven Dock and Railway.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Duke of Richmond, from the Newbury Union, to Exempt Union Workhouses from Rates.—By the Earl of Wicklow, from Fennagh, and the Earl of Bandon, from Cork, Mallow, Clonmeer, and other places, for Encouragement of Schools in connexion with the Church Education Society (Ireland).—By Lord Wynford, from Managers of Arklow Fever Hospital, against any Alteration in the System of Medical Charities (Ireland).—From Holling, Clough, Fairfield Head, Longnor and Heathilee, Quarnford, Warslow, Lower Elkstone, Upper Elkstone, and Sheen, for Alterations in the Poor-law.—From Medical Attendants of the Dublin Dispensary, against parts of the Medical Charities (Ireland) Bill.—By Lord Denman, from the Yorkshire West Riding, Lancashire, and Cheshire Association of Baptist Churches, from Inhabitants of Warrington, Bassingbourn, Melbourn, and Great Eversdone, for the substitution of Declarations for Oaths.—By Lord Brougham, from Schoolmasters (Scotland), and from Schoolmasters and Ministers of Peebleshire, for Better Remuneration; and from Inhabitants of St. Saviour's, to be heard by Counsel against the Southwark Improvement Bill.