HL Deb 10 March 1842 vol 61 c409

MINUTES.} BILLS. Public—3a. and passed:—Duchy of Cornwall.

Private.—1a. Glegg's Divorce. Reported.—Loan Societies; Apprentices Regulations; Van Diemen's Land.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Earl of Mountcashel, and Lord Campbell, from various places in the counties of Down, and Tyrone, in favour of the Marriage (Ireland) Bill.—By Lord Brougham, Lord Vivian, and Lord Kin-naird, from St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Truro, Bodmin, and Dundee, for a Repeal of the Corn-laws—By Lord Brougham, from the Mayor and Corporation of the City of London, against the practice of Burying the Dead in the City, and Populous Districts.—By Lord Feversham, from Boards of Guardians in the County of York, for Alteration of the New Poor-laws.