HL Deb 18 February 1847 vol 90 c178

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Forfarshire, and several other places, against the Use of Sugar in Distilleries, and against the Admission of Rum except upon the payment of a certain Duty.—From Guardians of the Poor of a Union in Suffolk, for Alteration of the Law of Settlement.—From Mayo, and several other places, for the Adoption of such Measures as may insure the People of Ireland such a Supply of Food as will save them from Starvation.—From the Cardigan Union, for Alteration of the Poor Law Amendment Act.—From the County of Monaghan, against Out-door Relief.—From Bodmin, and several other places, for Repeal of the Poor Removal Act.—From Solicitors of the Court of Chancery, for Inquiry respecting Compensation to Officers of said Court.—From Guardians of the Poor of Chester, for Abolition of Office of Poor Law Commissioners.