HL Deb 04 May 1849 vol 104 c1247

Took the Oaths.—The Viscount Ponsonby. Sat first.—The Lord Berwick, after the Death of his Father.

PUBLIC BILLS.—1a Freemen's Lands.

3a Cruelty to Animals Prevention.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Earl of Falmouth, from Penzance, against the Repeal of the Navigation Laws By Earl Delawarr, from Cambridge, for the Restoration of Protection to British Produce.—From Plymouth, and a Number of other Places, against the Navigation Bill.—By Lord Redesdale, from Lyme Regis, for Increasing the Number of Bishops and Clergy.—From Middleton, against any Measure for the Endowment of Roman Catholic Clergy.—From the Lissane and Limerick Unions, for a Modification of the Poor Laws (Ireland) Rate in Aid Bill, and for the Adoption of a System of Emigration.—By the Marquess of Breadalbane, from the Congregations of several Free Churches in Scotland, against Sunday Travelling.—By Lord Monteagle, from Hawarden, Huddersfield, and other Places, against the granting of any New Licenses to Beer Shops—From the Irish Branch of the United Church of England and Ireland, for an Alteration in the Mode of Disposing of the Grants in aid of Education (Ireland).—From Melksham, for the Suppression of Seduction and Prostitution.—By Earl Grey, from Montreal, for a Repeal of the Navigation Laws.