HL Deb 22 March 1847 vol 91 cc254-5

PUBLIC BILLS.—1a Incumbered Estates (Ireland).

2a Bankruptcy and Insolvency (No. 2); Drainage of Land.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Dissenters of Stamford, against the proposed Government Plan of Education.—By the Earl of Ellenborough, from Gloucester and Worcester, for the Repeal of the present Law of Settlement, and for a National Rate for the Relief of the Poor.—From Plymouth, for Legalizing Marriages between the Sister or other more remote Relation of the Deceased Wife.—By the Bishop of St. Asaph, from the Parish of St. George the Martyr, Queen Square, that the Benefit of the Baths and Washhouses Act may be extended to them and all other Parishes similarly situated.—By Lord Camoys, from the Parish of Rotherfield Greys, Oxford, for the Repeal of the Poor Removal Act.—From Waterford, for the Establishment of one uniform Rate in every Union in Ireland.—From Castlecorner, for the Adoption of a more extensive System of Railways in Ireland.