HL Deb 10 May 1847 vol 92 c555

PUBLIC BILLS.—2a Threatening Letters, &c.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Dissenters of Buckingham and other places, against the proposed Government Plan of Education—From Monaghan, that Assessments for the Relief of the Poor in Ireland may be charged on the Unions at large.—From Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Winchester, for the Enactment of Sanitory Regulations.— From Drogheda, against the Reduction of Duty on Colonial Spirits.—From Geashill, King's County, for the Restoration of the Bishoprick of Kildare.—From Clergy of the Diocese of Ardagh, complaining of certain Provisions in the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill, and praying for the Introduction of a Clause for their Relief.—From Waddesden and Buckingham, for Alteration of the Law of Settlement.—From Guardians of the Carrickmacross Union, against the Clauses in the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill constituting Justices of the Peace ex-officio Guardians.—From Beverley and Tickton, against Sunday Travelling on Railways.—From Bolton-le-Moors, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath, and for the closing of Public Houses on that day.—From Liverpool, in favour of the Government Plan of Education.