HL Deb 01 July 1844 vol 76 c120

BILLS. Public.—2a. Sugar Duties.

Private. — 1a. Coventry Improvement and Cemetery; Holmfirth and Dunford Road; Morton's Estate.

2a. Wells Harbour and Quay; Delabole and Rock Railway; Newport (Monmouth) Dock; Bowyer's Estate.

Reported.—Hythe Landing Place (Hants.); Liverpool Docks.

3a. and passed: — Archbutt's Divorce; Hitchin's (or Peach's) Estate.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Donaghadee, and a great number of other places, against the Dissenters Chapels Bill.—From Tartaragh, and Glasgow, for Legalizing Marriages solemnized by Presbyterian and Dissenting Ministers in Ireland.—From Huish, and a great number of other places, for Protection to Agriculture. — From Guardians of Devizes Union, against the Poor Law Amendment Act.—From Guardians of Abbeyleix Union, against the Poor Law (Ireland) Bill; and from Guardians of Mountmellick Union, for Inquiry into the Conduct of the Poor Law Commissioners. — From Roman Catholics of Hinckley, in favour of the Roman Catholics Penal Acts Repeal Bill. — From Kircaldy, and 2 other places, for Improving the Condition of Scotch Schoolmasters.—From Warnford, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor.—From Royal Institute of Architects (Ireland), for Legalizing the proceedings of Art Unions.—From Wesleyans of Salop, for Suppressing Seduction and Prostitution—From Hundon, and Wickhambrook, for inflicting the Punishment of Death upon persons Convicted of Arson.