HL Deb 03 August 1846 vol 88 c274

PUBLIC BILLS.—1a. Burial Service (No. 2); Marriages (Ireland) Act Amendment.

2a. Baths and Washhouses; Militia Ballots Suspension; Ordnance Survey; Newfoundland.

Received the Royal Assent. Sugar Duties; New Zealand Loan; Ropemakers; Battersea Park; Chelsea Bridge and Embankment.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Earl of Eglinton, from the City of London, and the Royal Burgh of Ayr, for the Total Repeal of the Game Laws.—By Earl Powis, from Southampton, and several other places, in favour of the Small Debts Bill.—From the Wilsden and Wakefield Mechanics Institutions, in favour of the Corresponding Societies and Lecture Rooms Bill.—From several Proprietors of Baths in the Metropolis, praying to be heard by Counsel against the Baths and Washhouses Bill.—By Earl Powis, from Llanwddyn, Llangynew, and Abergavenny, praying that a Clause may be inserted in the Local Courts Bill requiring a knowledge of the Welsh Language by the Judges of those Courts in Wales, and that such Bill may speedily pass into a Law.