HL Deb 22 April 1847 vol 91 c1150

PUBLIC BILLS. Reported.—Fever (Ireland).

3° and passed:—Troops during Elections; General Register House Edinburgh.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Stratford and several other places, against the proposed Government Plan of Education.—From Cork, that the Ships bringing Food to Ireland may be made available for the purposes of Emigration.—By Earl Clancarty, from Ballinasloe, for Alteration of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill; and from Members of the Medical Profession of Tyrone, for Regulating the Salaries of Medical Officers of Workhouses, Unions, and Fever Hospitals in Ireland.—By Lord Kenyon, from St. Marylebone, for the Adoption of a Humane and Efficient Poor Law for the Permanent Relief of Ireland.—From the Grand Jury of Roscommon, in favour of a Plan of Systematic Colonization as a Means of Alleviating the Distress in Ireland.—By Earl Fitzwilliam, from Wakefield and several other places, in favour of the Government Plan of Education.—By Lord Ashburton, from British Subjects resident in China, for the Adoption of such Measures as will afford them better Protection for their Lives, Property, Trade, &c.—From Guardians of the Ardee Union, for the Equalization of Rates over all the Union.