HL Deb 28 February 1843 vol 67 c1

BILLS. Public.—2a. Coal Venders Penalties. 3a. and passed:—Transported Convicts; Forged Exchequer Bills.

Private.—2a. Earl of Leicester's Estate.

Reported.—Jackson's Divorce.

PRTITIONS PRESENTED. By the Earl of Bandon, from Bantry, Ballyhige, Killury, Ratoo, and Bandon, for Altering the Irish Poor-law; and from Bandon, against the Medical Charities Bill (Ireland).—By Lord Redesdale, from Launceston, for Altering the Poor-law Act (England).—From the Debtors in Stafford Gaol, against the Laws respecting Imprisonment for Debt.—By the Bishop of Chester, from Frome, Durham, Shenstone, and the Dean and Chapter of Durham, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.