HL Deb 23 June 1845 vol 81 cc1015-6

Sat First.—The Earl of Abergavenny, after the Death of his Father.

BILLS. Public.—1a. Real Property (Lord Chancellor).

2a. Small Debts (No. 2); Banking (Scotland); Infeftments (Scotland); Heritable Securities (Scotland).

Reported.—Small Debts (No. 2); Museums of Art.

3a. and passed:—Small Debts (No. 2); Turnpike Roads (Scotland) Act Amendment.

Private.—1a. Eastern Union Railway Amendment; Lynn and Dereham Railway; Manchester, Bury, and Rossendale Railway (Heywood Branch); Cromford Canal; London and Brighton Railway (Horsham Branch); Londonderry and Enniskillen Railway; Londonderry and Coleraine Railway; North Wales Mineral Railway; Chester and Birkenhead Railway Extension; Cornwall Railway; Hartlepool Pier and Port; Ashton, Staleybridge, and Liverpool Junction (Ardwick and Guide Bridge Branches) Extension; Ulster Railway Extension; Great Southern and Western Railway (Ireland); Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway; Manchester South Junction, and Altrincham Railway; Blessington Estates (Earl of Charleville); Follett's or Molyneux's Estate.

2a. Newcastle and Berwick Railway; Shaw's Waterworks; Glasgow, Garnkirk, and Coatbridge Railway; Guildford Junction Railway; Great North of England and Richmond Railway; York and North Midland Railway (Harrogate Branch); Clydesdale Junction Railway; Birmingham Blue Coat Charity School Estate; North Walsham School Estate (Lord Wodehouse's); Lancaster and Carlisle Railway.

Reported.—Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Railway; Earl of Onslow's Estate; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Coal Turn; Brighton, Lewes, and Hastings Railway (Keymer Branch); Morden College Estate; Leeds and Thirsk Railway; Newcastle and Darlington (Brandling Junction) Railway; Waterford and Kilkenny Railway; Sheffield and Rotherham Railway; Midland Railways (Nottingham to Lincoln); Midland Railways (Syston to Peterborough); Lynn and Ely Railway; Ely and Huntingdon Railway; Battersea Poor; Monkland and Kirkintilloch Railway; Caledonian Railway.

3a. and passed;—Taunton Gas; York and North Midland Railway (Bridlington Branch); Hull and Selby Railway (Bridlington Branch); Whitby and Pickering Railway; Manchester and Leeds Railway (Burnley, Oldham, and Heywood Branches); Kendal and Windermere Railway; West of London and Westminster Cemetery.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Marquess of Londonderry, from Landowners and others of Monaghan, and several other places, against the Banking (Ireland) Bill.—By the Marquess of Breadalbane, from Necton, and numerous other places, against the Charitable Trusts Bill.—From Canons of Cathedral Church of Durham, for Exempting a certain Charity from the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Bill.—From Protestant Dissenters of Llantarnam, West Hackney, and Batley, against Increase of Grant to College of Maynooth—By the Bishop of Durham, and the Marquess of Normanby, from Windynook, and several other places, for the Suppression of Intemperance, especially on the Sabbath; and from Inhabitants of Fortwilliam, and a great number of other places, against the running of Railway Trains on the Sabbath.—From Caithness, and Dunoon, against Repeal of the Laws which require the Subscription of Religious Tests from Professors and others bearing office in Scotch Universities.—From Commissioners of Supply, and others of the County of Ross, against the Banking (Scotland) Bill.—From Lauder, in favour of the Turnpike Roads (Scotland) Act Amendment Bill.—By Duke of Richmond, from Farmers of Town and Neighbourhood of Alton, complaining of Recent Alteration of Corn Laws, and praying for Relief.—From Landowners and others of Christian Malford, and several other places, for Protection to Agriculture.—From Brewers of Birmingham, praying that the Court of Requests may be so Extended as to enable them to Recover Debts not exceeding 20l.—From Chetwynde, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor, and in favour of the Appointment of a Bishop of Manchester.