HL Deb 31 August 1848 vol 101 c726

Took the Oaths.—The Lord Chaworth.

PUBLIC BILLS.—1a Slave Trade (Muscat); Exchequer Bills; Consolidated Fund (Appropriation); West India Colonies and Mauritius; Savings Banks (Ireland).

2a Post Horses Licenses, &c.; Drainage Certificates; Lock-up Houses; Spirits (Dealers in); British Spirits Warehousing; Distilling from Sugar; Postage on Newspapers (Channel Islands); Slave Trade (Equator).

Reported.—Royal Military Asylum; Local Acts; Millbank Prison; Battersea Park, &c.

3° and passed:—Sugar Duties; Sheep and Cattle Importation Prohibition; Sheep and Cattle Contagious Disorders Prevention; Controverted Elections; Transfer of Landed Property (Ireland); Fever (Ireland); Dublin Police; Commons Inclosure Act Amendment; Nuisances and Contagious Diseases; Labouring Poor (Ireland).

Received the Royal Assent.—Public Health; Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction; Churches; Parliamentary Electors; Money Order Department (Post Office); Criminal Law Administration Amendment; Boroughs Incorporation; Steam Navigation; Bankrupts' Release; Loan Societies; Poor Law Union District Schools; Parochial Debt and Audit; Payment of Debts out of Real Estates; Turnpike Acts Continuance; Militia Pay; Militia Ballots Suspension; Out Pensioners; Proclamations on Fines (Court of Common Pleas); Petty Bag, &c. Office (Court of Chancery); Insolvent Debtors Court; Stock in Trade Exemption; Assessionable Manors Commissioners (Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster); Highway Rates; Unlawful Oaths Acts (Ireland) (Continuance and Amendment); Ecclesiastical Patronage Suits Compromise (Ireland); Tithe Rent Charge, &c. (No. 2) (Ireland); Constabulary Force (Ireland); Corn Markets (Ireland); Fisheries (Ireland); Trustees Relief (Ireland); Turnpike Roads (Ireland); Court of Justiciary (Scotland); Registers of Sasines (Scotland).

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From the Clones Union, for Inquiry into the Poor Law (Ireland).—From Agents for West India Legislative Colonies, for an Alteration in the existing Scale of Discriminative Daties on Sugar.—From the Acting Committee of West India Planters, for the Maintenance of Establishments for Religious and Educational Instruction.