HL Deb 27 June 1845 vol 81 c1305

MINUTES. BILLS Public.—1a. Drainage by Tenants for Life.

2a. Sir Henry Pottinger's Annuity.

3a. and passed:—Infeftments (Scotland); Heritable Securities (Scotland).

Private.—1a. Belfast Improvement; Great Western Railway, Ireland (Dublin to Mullingar and Athlone); Great North of England, Clarence and Hartlepool Junction Railway; Newry and Enniskillen Railway; Richmond (Surrey) Railway; Liverpool and Manchester Railway; Birmingham and Gloucester Extension Railway (Stoke Branch); North Union and Ribble Navigation Branch Railway; Marquess of Donegal's Estate.

2a. Lyme Regis Improvement, Market, and Waterworks; Totnes Markets and Waterworks; Blackburn and Preston Railway; Trent Valley Railway; Whitehaven and Furness Railway; Eastern Union (Bury St. Edmund's) Railway; North Woolwich Railway; Dundalk and Enniskillen Railway; Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock, and Ayr Railway (Cumnock Branch).

Reported.—Wolverhampton Waterworks; Exeter and Crediton Railway; Sheffield and Rotherham Railway; Yoker Road; Ellison's Estate; Manchester Improvement; Gildart's (or Sherwen's) Estate.

3a. and passed:—White's Charity Estate; York and North Midland Railway (Harrogate Branch); Glasgow Bridges; Agricultural and Commercial Bank of Ireland; Shaw's Waterworks; Glasgow, Garnkirk, and Coatbridge Railway; Crediton Small Debts.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Duke of Richmond, from Magistrates and others of Dingwall, suggesting Alterations in Banking (Scotland) Bill.—From Poor Law Guardians of Kilrush, in favour of the Tenants Compensation (Ireland) Bill.—From John Final Cook, High Constable of Isleworth, for the Insertion of Clause giving Compensation to them for meritorious services, in the High Constables Bill.—From Attorneys of the Courts at Westminster, for the Substitution of Declarations in lieu of Oaths.—By the Marquess of Normanby, from Legislative Council of New South Wales, for Alteration of Law relating to the Disposal of Land.—By the Duke of Richmond, and Lord Brougham, from Merchants and others of Liverpool and Manchester, for the adoption of Measures to Enforce the Free Navigation of the River La Plata.—By the Marquess of Breadalbane, from Minister and others of Free Church of Garvald, and from a great number of other places, for the Better Observance of, and against the Running of Railway Trains on, the Sabbath.—By the Marquess of Breadalbane, from Minister and others of the Scotch Church, Saint Peter's Square, Manchester, for Preventing the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on the Sabbath.—From Worksop, against the Increase of Grant to Maynooth College.—From Rector and others of Parish of Little Bowden, and from several other persons in favour of the Charitable Trusts Bill.

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