HL Deb 28 July 1849 vol 107 cc1071-2

A CONFERENCE. Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill.

PUBLIC BILLS.—2a Workhouse Loans (Ireland); Slave Trade (Persian Gulf); Boroughs Relief.

Reported.—Nuisances Removal and Diseases Prevention; General Board of Health; Metropolitan Sewers; Turnpike Acts Continuance; Stamp, &c. Allowances; Treasury Instruments; Customs; Consolidated Fund (Appropriation); Defects in Leases Suspension.

3a Chapels of Ease (Ireland); Poor Law Union Charges Act Amendment; Royal Pavilion (Brighton); Boroughs Relief; New Forest and Waltham Forest; Municipal Coporations (Ireland); Collection of Rates (Dublin); Dublin Improvement; Pilotage; New Zealand Land Conveyances.

Received the Royal Assent.—Consolidated Fund; General and Quarter Sessions Courts Procedure; Turnpike Trust Union; Mutiny and Desertion (India); Attorneys and Solicitors (Ireland); Sites for Schools; Administration of Justice (Vancouver's Island); Turnpike Roads (Ireland); Sewers Acts Amendment; Pupils Protection (Scotland); Militia Ballots Suspension; Commons Inclosure (No. 2); Highway Rates; Excise Benevolent Fund Society; Newgate Gaol (Dublin); Lunatic Asylums (Ireland); House of Lords Costs Taxation; Marriages in Foreign Countries Facilitating; County Rates, &c.; Poor Relief (Cities and Boroughs); Stock in Trade; Advance of Money (Athlone to Galway Railway); Relief of Distress (Ireland) (No. 2); Inland Posts (Colonies); Land Improvement Amendment (Ireland); Labouring Poor Act Amendment (Ireland); Sequestrators Remedies; Indictable Offences (Ireland); Summary Convictions (Ireland); Incumbered Estates (Ireland); House of Commons Offices; Regimental Benefit Societies; Militia Pay; Protection of Women; Trustees Relief; Enlistment (Artillery and Ordnance).

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Earl of Carlisle, from Leeds, Stourbridge, and other Places, in favour of the Clergy Relief Bill.—From Huddersfield, for the Suppression of Seduction and Prostitution.—From Liverpool, against the Pilotage Bill.—From Launceston, for the Abolition of Transportation of Convicts to Van Diemen's Land.