HL Deb 20 May 1845 vol 80 cc586-7

Sat First.—Lord Keane, after the Death of his Father: Lord Mont Eagle, after the Death of his Father.

BILLS. Public.Received the Royal Assent.—Exchequer Bills.

2a. Huddersfield Waterworks; Southampton Docks; Stoke-upon-Trent Market; Lord Monson (or Countess Brooke and of Warwick's) Estate; Scarborough Water.

Reported.—Devonport Gas; Plymouth and Stonehouse Gas; Edinburgh Life Assurance Company; Middlesex County Rates; Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company.

3a. and passed:—Clerkenwell Improvement; Birmingham and Staffordshire Gas Light Company.

Received the Royal Assent.—Liverpool Docks; Bradford Gas; Surrey and Sussex Roads; Glasgow and Shotts' Road; Calvert's Estate; Foulmire Inclosure.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Bishop of Chester, Duke of Montrose, Earls of Haddington, Fitzwilliam, and Zetland, Marquess of Breadalbane, and Lords Kenyon, Roseberry, Hatherton, and Kinnaird, from Islandnagee, and a great number of other places, against Increase of Grant to Maynooth College.—From Free Church of Orkney (Scotland), and Inhabitants of Firth, against the running of Railway Trains on the Sabbath.—By the Marquess of Normanby, from Churchwardens of Wokingham, for Inquiry relative to the dilapidated Condition of their Church.—From Haddington, and Dunse, for Improving the Condition of Schoolmasters (Scotland).—By Lord Campbell, from Dunfermline, and Cupar, for Alteration of Game Laws.—From Wells and Wedmore, for the better Regulation of Beer Houses, especially on the Sabbath.—From Clergy and others of Runcorn, for Alteration of Sale of Beer Act.—From Clergy and others of Wells, for the better Observance of the Sabbath.—From Meltham and several other places, for the Suppression of Intemperance.—By the Marquess of Normanby, from John Thomas Perceval, of Kensington, for the adoption of Measures for the better Regulation of Lunatic Asylums.—By the Duke of Richmond, from Landowners and others of Hartington, and numerous other places, for Protection to Agriculture.—Erom Kidwelly and Greenwich, in favour of the Establishment of Local Courts.—From Mathew Phillips, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, for Inquiry into Distress, and for Relief of Working Classes.