HL Deb 01 August 1848 vol 100 c1069

PUBLIC BILLS.—1a Rum Duties; Parliamentary Electors; Constabulary Force (Ireland).

3a and passed:—Administration of Criminal Justice.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From the Bishop and Clergy of Down and Connor, and Dromore, against any Relaxation of the Law of Marriage in connexion with Relationships of Affinity.—From the Clergy of Killaloe, and Kilfenora, complaining of the Unequal Pressure of the Poor Rates upon the Income of the Clergy.—From the Protestant Inhabitants of Carrigaline, Abbeylard, and a Number of other Places, against the National System of Education, Ireland.—From Bankers, Merchants, Traders, and Others, for an Alteration of the Present Law of Bank ruptcy.—From the Grand jury of the County of Armagh, Monaghan, and Queen's County, for Inquiry into the Operation of the Poor Law.—From Gentry, and Cess Payers of the County of Leitrim, praying for Inquiry as to the Application of Moneys levied by Presentment for Temporary Fever Hospitals.—From the Chairman and Committee appointed on behalf of the Unpaid Depositors of the Saint Peter's Parish Savings Bank, Dublin, complaining of Losses sustained from its Failure.