HL Deb 04 April 1848 vol 97 cc1252-3

Took the Oaths.—The Lord Heytesbury.

PUBLIC BILLS.—1a Provident Associations Fraud Prevention.—Election Recognisances.

2a Stamp Duties Assimilation.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Sunderland, Exeter, and Leamington, for Exemption of Charitable Bequests from Legacy Duties.—From Buttevant, and several other Places, against the National System of Education (Ireland).—From Ayot, St. Lawrence, and Birmingham, for the Imposition of the Severest Penalties on all Roman Catholic Priests who shall Denounce Persons from the Altar.—From Royston and Barley, against the Diplomatic Relations, Court of Home, Bill,—From Loughrea, and several other Places, for a Revision of the Electoral Divisions (Ireland).—From Newry, for the Appointment of a Select Committee, to Inquire into the Policy of a Continuance of the Navigation Laws,—From Alloa, Glasgow, and Leith, for the Maintenance of the Navigation Laws,—From the Mullingar Union, and Westmeath, for Amendment of the Poor Law, Ireland.—From the Borough of Limerick, for the Abolition of Ministers' Money, and to Substitute an Equivalent.—From Wexford, for the Establishment of Tenant Right (Ireland).—From Members of several Lodges of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Manchester Unity, for the Extension of the Pro- visions of the Benefit Societies Act to that Order.—From the Inhabitants of Colombo, complaining of the Existing Law relating to Verandahs.—From Nairn, for the Revision of the Stamp Duties (Scotland); and the Abolition of the Duty on Personal Succession.—From the same Place, for an Alteration in the Laws respecting Prisons (Scotland), with regard to the Mode of Assessment.—From the same Place, for Facilitating the Attainment of Sites for Churches.—From Leamington Priors, against the Increase and Continuance of the Income Tax.—From Coventry, against the Admission of Jews into Parliament.

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