HL Deb 28 February 1848 vol 96 c1384

Took the Oaths—Several Lords.

PUBLIC BILLS.—3a Diplomatic Relations, Court of Rome.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Hovingham, against further Concessions to Roman Catholics; and against the Admission of Jews into Parliament—By the Earl of Roseberry, from Linlithgow and Queensferry, for Inquiry into the present System of Making and Maintaining Roads and Bridges in Scotland; and for Alteration of the Excise Laws.—From a General Convention of the Royal Burghs of Scotland for the Formation of a Harbour of Refuge at the Mouth of the Frith of Forth.—By Lord Stanley, from Preston, and other Places, against the Diplomatic Relations, Court of Rome, Bill.—By the Earl of Eglingtoun, from Montrose, for Alteration of the Bank Charter and Scottish Currency Acts.—From Clerks and other Officers employed in the Administration of the Poor Laws, for a Superannuation Fund for all Meritorious Officers who may become permanently Disabled.