HL Deb 21 June 1847 vol 93 c753

PUBLIC BILLS.—2a Lunatic Asylums (No. 2); Passengers Act Amendment; Out-Pensioners (Chelsea and Greenwich); Collection of Duties (Port Natal); Destitute Persons (Ireland) (No. 2).

Reported.—Clergy Offences; Naturalization of Aliens; Newfoundland Government; Loan Societies; Prisoners Removal (Ireland); Trust Money Investment (Ireland).

3a and passed:—Lunatic Asylums (No. 2); Bankruptcy and Insolvency (No. 3); Soap Allowances; Stage Carriages, &c. Duties.

Received the Royal Assent.—Army Service; Loan Discount; Poor Removal (England and Scotland); Towns Improvement Clauses; Drainage of Lands; Burgh Police (Scotland); Lunatic Asylums (Ireland); Turnpike Roads (Ireland).

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Lord Brougham, from Proprietors of several Baths in London, praying to be heard by Counsel against the Baths and Washhouses Bill.—From the Rev. H. F. Yeatman, that Bakers giving short weight may be adequately punished.—By the Marquess of Londonderry, from Sunderland, for the Enactment of Sanitary Regulations.—From the American Chamber of Commerce of Liverpool, praying that a certain Clause in the Passengers Act Amendment Bill may be struck out of the Bill.