HL Deb 03 April 1849 vol 104 c227

Sat first.—The Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, after the Death of his Father.

PUBLIC BILLS.—2a Society for the Prosecution of Felons (Distribution of Funds); Spirits (Ireland).

Reported.—Recovery of Wages (Ireland) Protection of Justices (Ireland).

Received the Royal Assent.—Larceny Acts Amendment; Mutiny; Marine Mutiny; Indemnity.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Wicklow, against the proposed Rate in Aid (Ireland).—By Lord Campbell, from Elgin, against the Running of Passenger Trains on the Sabbath.—From Kildare, for the Re-enactment of the Act 28th Geo. III., Cap. 57, against the Stealing and wilful Destruction of Sheep.—By Earls Minto and Ducie, from Edinburgh, for the Repeal of the Game Laws.—From Brighton, that a Demand may be made on the Brazilian and Spanish Governments for the Liberation of all Slaves.—By Lord Monteagle, from Waterford and Cork, for a Repeal of the Fisheries (Ireland) Act.—By the Earl of Carlisle, from Selby, to refer all International Differences to Arbitration by Neutral Powers.—From Islington, for the Adoption of such Measures as may secure the immediate Liberation of Mr. Shore.