HL Deb 29 July 1844 vol 76 cc1504-5

BILLS. Public—1a. Criminal Justice (Middlesex); Controverted Elections.

2a. Grand Jury Presentments (Dublin); Joint Stock Companies Registration and Regulation; Clerk of the Crown in Chancery; Duchy of Cornwall Assessionable Manors; Duchy of Cornwall Lands; Turnpike Trusts (South Wales); Transfer of Licenses (Post Horses); Metropolis Buildings; Church Endowment; Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions.

Reported.—Three-and-a-Half per Cents. Dissentients.

3a. and passed:—Debtors and Creditors Transfer of Property; Party Processions (Ireland).

Received the Royal Assent.—Assessed Taxes Compositions, etc.; Copyhold and Customary Tenure Acts Amendment; Soap Allowances; District Courts and Prisons; Marriages Celebration; Sudbury Disfranchisement; Actions for Gaming Discontinuance; Lecturers and Parish Clerks Regulation; Parish Constables; Butter and Cheese; Loan Societies; Western Australia; Colonial Postage; Linen, etc. Manufactures (Ireland).

Private.—2a. London and Croydon Railway; Lord Cranstoun's Estate.

Reported—Marton's Estate; Great Southern and Western Railway (Ireland).

3a. and passed:—Ayr Bridge; Monkland Railways (Wishaw and Coltness Railway); Kingston-upon-Hull Docks; Land Tax Commissioners Names.

Received the Royal Assent. — Gaspé Fishery and Coal Mining Company; Brighton, Lewes, and Hastings Railway; Croydon and Epsom Railway; Weils Harbour and Quay; Wells Lighting and Improvement; London Gas Light Company; Mariners and General Life Assurance; Sir J. J. R. Mackenzie's (Scatwell) Estate; Mackenzie's (Seaforth) Estate; Archbutt's Divorce.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Stinehcombe, for Protection to Agriculture.—From Galway (Ireland), for the adoption of Measures to remedy the evil of Absenteeism.—From Patrick O'Malley, for Revision of the Law relating to Landlord and Tenants (Ireland).—From Stewkley, against any further Grant to Maynooth.