HL Deb 02 April 1849 vol 104 cc133-4

PUBLIC BILLS.—1a Leasehold Tenure of Lands (Ireland).

2a Protection of Justices (Ireland): Recovery of Wages (Ireland).

3a Mutiny; Marine Mutiny; Indemnity.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Leitrim, for the Amendment of the Poor Law (Ireland); also to be relieved from the Repayment of any Money advanced for Public Works during the years of Famine—By the Earl of Roseberry and Marquess of Lansdowne, from Linlithgow and Devonport, for the Adoption of such Measures as shall secure to Clergymen seceding from the Church the full benefits of the Acts of Toleration, and for the immediate Liberation of Mr. Shore.—By the Earl of Falmouth, from Truro, against the Repeal of the Navigation Laws.—By the Duke of Beaufort, from Chipping Sodbury and Dudley, against the Present Mode of granting Beer Licences.