HL Deb 02 March 1843 vol 67 c214

BILLS. Public—. 3a. and assed:—Coal Venders Penalties.

Private.—2a. Lady Fleetwood's Naturalization.

3a. and passed:—Jackson's Divorce.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Earl of Powis, Lord Kenyon, and the Bishop of Ely, from Colwyn, Newtown, and an Association at Bath, for Church Extension.—By the same, from Ely, Sudbury, Falmouth, Cirencester, Llandovery, Hope, Colwyn, Caerwys, and Cwm, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—Front Whitburn, for Settling the Scotch Church Question.— From Llandovery, for an Alteration in the Usury Laws.