HL Deb 31 July 1845 vol 82 cc1271-2

BILLS. Public.—1a. Municipal Districts, etc. (Ireland); Turnpike Roads (Ireland); Valuation (Ireland).

2a. Coal Trade (Port of London); Customs Laws Repeal; Customs Management; Customs Regulation; Smuggling Prevention; Shipping and Navigation; Customs Duties; British Vessels; Warehousing of Goods; Customs Bounties and Allowances; Trade of British Possessions Abroad; Isle of Man Trade; County Rates; Stock in Trade.

Reported.—Joint Stock Companies (Ireland); Grand Jury Presentments (Dublin).

3a. and passed: — Lunatics; Bonded Corn; Railways (Selling or Leasing); Real Property (No. 3); Fisheries (Ireland); Testamentary Dispositions, etc.; Compensations and Criminal Jurisdiction of Assistant Barristers (Ireland); Militia Pay; Stamp Duties, etc.; Masters and Workmen.

Received the Royal Assent.—Excise Duties on Spirits (Channel Islands); Unclaimed Stock and Dividends; Church Building Act Amendment; Militia Ballots Suspension; Jewish Disabilities Removal; Law of Defamation and Libel Act Amendment; Bail in Error; Art Unions; Geological Survey; Loan Societies; Foreign Lotteries; Highway Rates; Highways; Shrewsbury and Holyhead Road; Rothwell Prison; Turnpike Acts Continuance; Turnpike Trusts (South Wales); Drainage by Tenants for Life; Colleges (Ireland); Bishops' Patronage (Ireland); Unlawful Oaths (Ireland); Jurors (Ireland); Unions (Ireland); Spirits (Ireland); Drainage (Ireland).

Private.—1a. Eastern Counties Railway (Cambridge to Huntingdon).

2a. South Eastern Railway (Deal Extension).

Reported.—Duddeston and Nechells Improvement; Dublin Pipe Water; Grimsby Docks; London and Croydon Railway Enlargement; Bolton and Leigh, Kenyon and Leigh Junction, North Union, Liverpool and Manchester and Grand Junction Railway Companies Amalgamation.

3a. and passed: — Earl of Powis's (or Robinson's) Estate; Monmouth and Hereford Railway; South Wales Railway.

Received the Royal Assent.—Wear Valley Railway; Aberdeen Railway; Norwich and Brandon Railway (Diss and Dereham Blanches); Bristol and Exeter Railway Branches; West London Railway Extension and Lease; Dundee and Perth Railway; Edinburgh and Northern Railway; Aberdare Railway; Clydesdale Junction Railway; Scottish Central Railway; Caledonian Railway; Newcastle and Berwick Railway; Edinburgh and Hawick Railway; London and South Western Metropolitan Extension Railway; Liverpool and Bury Railway (Bolton, Wigan, and Liverpool Railway, and Bury Extension); South Eastern Railway (Tunbridge to Tunbridge Wells); Gravesend and Rochester Railway; Newport and Pontypool Railway; Scottish Midland Junction Railway; Manchester and Leeds Railway; Wakefield and Pontefract Railway) Falmouth Harbour; Cromford Canal; Sheffield Waterworks; Saint Helen's Improvement; Bermondsey Improvement; Westminster Improvement; Tacumshin Lake Embankment; Saint Matthew's (Bethnal Green) Rectory) Morden College Estate; Hawkins's Estate; Earl of Onslow's Estate; Lord Monson's (or Countess Brooke and of Warwick's) Estate; Gildart's (or Sherwen's) Estate; Heaviside's Divorce.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Proprietors of Midland Railway, against the Running of Railway Trains on the Sabbath.—By Lord Cottenham, from Abergavenny, and numerous other places, for the Establishment of Local Courts.—From Charles Bristow Drought, Clerk, M.A., for Inserting Clause in the Drainage of Lands Bill, to dig for Water in Commons, with a fair Recompense to Lords of Manors and Land Proprietors.—From Jonas Dunn, and others, Solicitors of High Court of Chancery (Ireland), for Alteration of Law relating to Taxing Master, Court of Chancery (Ireland).—By Lord Redesdale, from Inhabitants of City of Westminster, and from several other places, for Postponing the Lunatics Bill, and for the Appointment of a Committee to Inquire into the past and present Condition of the Care and Treatment of Lunatics in England and Wales, whether Pauper or otherwise.—By Lord Campbell, from the Honourable Newton Fellowes, of Eggesford, Devon, and from Occupiers of Land in Eggesford and Chawleigh, for Amendment of Tithes Commutation Act.—By Lord Beaumont, from Charles Mott, of Haydock Lodge, Lancaster, a Licensed House for the reception of Lunatics, for Insertion of Clause in Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics Bill.—From Thomas Bradfield, for Repeal of 6th Section of 1st and 2nd Vict. Cap. 101, and to re-enact 55th Clause of 1st and 2nd Will. IV. Cap. 76., or to limit the present Coal Trade (Port of London) Bill, for one year only.